Celebrities kick their nicotine habits

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  Smoking has long been a symbol of youthful abandon that was accepted by Hollywood's pop-culture elite. However, a growing number of celebrities are expressing concern about the potential side effects of the habit, which may include bad breath.

Posted: October 13, 2010

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Smoking has long been a symbol of youthful abandon that was accepted by Hollywood's pop-culture elite. However, a growing number of celebrities are expressing concern about the potential side effects of the habit, which may include bad breath.

Celebrities like Drew Barrymore, Katherine Heigl and Vince Vaughn have all recently made efforts to end their halitosis-inducing habit, according to Entertainment Television Online.

The news source reports that some of these celebrities are dropping their habit out of fear of unpleasant odors, while others are concerned about their image. Either way, the stars are taking steps to improve their respiratory and oral health.

With all the dangers that smoking carries with it - which may include lung cancer, emphysema and heart disease - it is sometimes forgotten that the habit can severely impact the mouth. Nicotine has been shown to cause yellow teeth and increase the risk of gum disease and bad breath. These problems may cause serious harm to a celebrity's image and impact their career.

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