#Flash: Alcohol use associated with early aging of blood ves
In this study, Alcohol and smoking were measured at ages 17 and 24, and results at the two-time points were combined. The results suggest that arterial damage occurs in young drinkers and young women who smoke heavily. Never smokers and ex-smokers had similar alterations in arterial stiffness, indicating that quitting can restore vascular health at this young age.

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