Celebrity Health Secrets: Fit, Famous Men Over 40
With all the challenges President Barack Obama has faced, quitting smoking might be one of the hardest. Obama, 51, used to light up about five times a day, but is now tobacco-free, according to a recent medical exam.
"I hate it," Michelle Obama said on CBS's 60 Minutes in 2007. "That's why he doesn't do it anymore. I'm proud to say, I outed him. I'm the one who outed him on the smoking."
Quitting smoking can help you sleep better, strengthen bones, prevent premature aging, and reduce your risk of erectile dysfunction.
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