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Latino and Black smokers in the Health and Retirement Study are more likely to quit: the role of light smoking [FREE FULL TEXT]
These findings were partially explained by cigarette consumption intensity, such that Latinos were lighter smokers and therefore more likely to quit than Whites. Conclusion Latinos and Blacks were more likely than Whites to quit smoking cigarettes within
Jul 18, 2016 Tobacco Induced Diseases (de)
added Jul 19, 2016 16:05
And instead of working on a controlled and highly supervised film set, comics are often working in nightclubs and bars where they are more likely to drink, smoke and engage in risky sexual behavior, Stewart said.
Jul 18, 2016 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jul 19, 2016 15:32
a chain-smoker since high school... He appeared in many magazine ads and TV commercials for Camel cigarettes. In the mid-1950s, he was up to seven packs of unfiltered Camels a day...he starred in The Conqueror...filmed in the Utah desert.
Jul 15, 2016 The Villages (FL) News
added Jul 17, 2016 02:46
at this point it is important for clinicians to judiciously monitor patients with rheumatoid arthritis for signs and symptoms of lung cancer and to aggressively encourage smoking cessation if warranted.
Jul 8, 2016 MedPage Today
added Jul 9, 2016 16:39
We sought to quantify the evolution of smoking-attributable mortality (SAM) in Germany and explore the impact of demographic ageing....Especially in men, actual SAM hardly declined despite a sharp drop in age-standardised SAM, indicating that decreases w
Jul 4, 2016 Tobacco Control
added Jul 6, 2016 02:19
in JAMA Oncology, researchers sought to quantify how a healthful lifestyle might actually alter the risk of cancer. They identified four domains that are often noted to be related to disease prevention: smoking, drinking, obesity and exercise.
Jul 5, 2016 New York Times
added Jul 6, 2016 02:01
Studies have shown that smoking is a significant risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia, as smokers are twice as likely to develop the disease as non-smokers. According to the research compiled at the University of Eastern Finland and
Jul 4, 2016 Baton Rouge (LA) Advocate
added Jul 4, 2016 17:40
findings reinforce that the young and socioeconomically disadvantaged patients have more difficulties achieving timely smoking cessation. A novel finding is that patients with milder COPD are less likely to quit. The findings suggest a need for interventi
Jun 1, 2016 Chest
added Jun 24, 2016 16:28
Younger patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and those who are socioeconomically disadvantaged, are less likely to quit smoking than older and more affluent patients, according to findings from a nationwide, prospective study from
Jun 22, 2016 MedPage Today
added Jun 24, 2016 16:27
asked the Eleventh Circuit Tuesday to stand by its panel ruling that job seekers can pursue disparate impact claims, arguing that the decision is consistent with the U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Commission's interpretation of the Age Discrimination..
Jun 21, 2016 Law360
added Jun 23, 2016 21:01