Some e-cigarettes ARE a gateway to tobacco
Experts from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, studied nicotine levels in e-cigarettes and if they cause a dependency on tobacco. Teens were more likely to...
1 hour ago - Daily Mail
E-cigarettes may harm your lungs the same way tobacco does
A new report from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill has found that e-cigarettes can do just as much harm as tobacco products. They increase one's chances of having...
2 days ago - Daily Mail
Lung Cancer Community: 'This Is Our Fight'
At the premier gathering of the lung cancer community, the first plenary session speaker insisted: 'We cannot deal with lung cancer and not fight against tobacco.' Medscape...
6 days ago - Medscape
Skepticism at Launch of the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World
Some tobacco control experts are skeptical because the foundation is funded by a large tobacco manufacturer, which is now marketing smokeless nicotine-delivery...
7 days ago - Medscape
Popularity of Heat-Not-Burn Tobacco may Eclipse E-Cigarettes
Since heat-not-burn tobacco products have only been sold in a handful of places around the world, little is known about their popular appeal.
8 days ago - Medindia Health
Australian Joshua Baker faces up to 15 years in jail over drugs in Bali
Australian man Joshua James Baker could be jailed for up to 15 years after being named a suspect for allegedly bringing a mixture of marijuana and tobacco and prescription-only...
8 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Heat-Not-Burn Tobacco May Soon Light Up U.S. Market
FDA approval is likely, researcher says
10 days ago - MedPageToday
Move over e-cigarettes, meet heat-not-burn tobacco
Researchers analyzed Google search trends to identify consumer demand for a brand-new tobacco product known as heat-not-burn tobacco and found that its popularity is growing...
11 days ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
More Hardcore Smokers Trying to Kick the Habit
Tobacco control policies help even heavy users with mental distress quit, researchers say Related MedlinePlus Pages: Quitting Smoking , Smoking
11 days ago - MedlinePlus
Secondhand smoke increases inflammation risk in infants with RSV
SAN DIEGO - Exposing infants with respiratory syncytial virus bronchiolitis to secondhand smoke increases their risk of inflammation, while suppressing T and B cell responses...
12 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
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Even "healthy people," if they eat sugar, are at risk for heart disease, new...
New research reveals that even healthy people who consume a high-sugar diet are prone to heart disease. To reach this conclusion, researchers from the University of Surrey in...
Poor heart health is driving the racial health gap
The average white American lives to 79 years old, compared to 75.5 years for the average black American. Scientists at Northwestern say a lack of care and prevention in blacks...
Should You Work Out on Halloween? This Is What Jillian Michaels Says
A little Halloween mondaymotivation for ya! Get crackin' team. riseandgrind A photo posted by Jillian Michaels on Oct 31, 2016 at 8:46am PDT Just in case you were thinking...
This 8-Move, Total-Body Workout From Kayla Itsines Looks Intense!
✅ 12 Curl and press ✅ 12 Push up ✅ 30 Mountain climber ✅ 30 X mountain climber ✅ 10 Straight leg sit up + twist ✅ 12 Tricep dips ✅ 12 Lay down push up ✅ 50 Ab bikes Set a timer...
The 180 breast cancer genes
The Cambridge University study has shed more light on the BRCA1 gene, which Hollywood star Angelina Jolie famously inherited, before she had a mastectomy to reduce her risk.
Higher Levels Of Thyroxine Linked To Irregular Heartbeat
The risk of irregular heartbeat is greater among individuals who produce too much thyroid hormone than among those with normal hormonal levels.
Opioid Use Numbers Go Down in Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery
Multimode drug therapy approach has almost completing replaced the opioid alone prescription to combat pain postop.
Stress And Pain in Cancer Patients Increase Risk of Longer Hospital Stay
Patients' physical symptoms are associated with longer hospital lengths of stay and increased risk of unplanned readmission within 90 days.
Postpartum Depression is Less in Women Delivering Babies in Winter
The postpartum depression risk might be greater in women who had delivered in the winter season when compared to summer or fall
Diabetes Increases Risk of Cognitive Dysfunction After Surgery
Older diabetes patients are at higher risk of developing postoperative cognitive dysfunction than those who do not have diabetes.