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quickfact11Smoking and Women's Health

Women smokers are at greater risk of developing cervical cancer, osteoporosis and other conditions of the reproductive system, including spontaneous abortions, still births, infertility, having children with low birth weights, and painful menstruation and premature menopause.

*Sources: Journal of American Medical Women’s Association & World Health Organization

Emory is exploring a tobacco-free campus.
To learn more, visit www.tobaccofree.emory.edu.

Want to quit smoking?
Learn more at www.hr.emory.edu/healthspotlight

View previous quick facts:
Tobacco Quick Fact 1: What's Really in a Cigarette?
Tobacco Quick Fact 2: How Much Does It Cost?
Tobacco Quick Fact 3: Tobacco and Your Heart
Tobacco Quick Fact 4: The Effects of Quitting
Tobacco Quick Fact 5: Smoking and Health Care Costs
Tobacco Quick Fact 6: The Age of Smoking
Tobacco Quick Fact 7: Smoking and the Workplace
Tobacco Quick Fact 8: Smoking Around the Nation
Tobacco Quick Fact 9: Smoking and Medical Expenses
Tobacco Quick Fact 10: Smoking and the Economy

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