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A little more smoking denormalisation.

Spotted in a Telegraph article about a research piece proposing a link between childhood experiences and facial symettry in adult life, was the following little dig at smokers :

Their findings suggest that early childhood experiences such as nutrition, illness, exposure to cigarette smoke and pollution and other aspects of a difficult upbringing leave their mark in people’s facial features.

Evil, evil parents for smoking and making their little dears all deformed.

Whether or not the smoking reference comes from the original paper or was helpfully inserted by the Telegraph will remain unknown for now as the research paper is behind a paywall.

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