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Nearly two-thirds of young adult women do what’s considered “light smoking” – meaning 5 or fewer cigarettes a day. But no matter how many cigarettes you smoke, you’re setting yourself up for an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, tooth decay, and cancer of the lungs, liver, throat and pancreas. And research shows that light smoking can be as hard to quit as chain smoking. That’s how addictive nicotine is.