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Secondhand Smoke Effects Are Lasting

MedPage Today
added May 23, 2012 16:31
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Kicking the Habit - New Research Examines The Barriers To Quitting Smoking For Smokers With Asthma

The findings will be presented at the 46th annual convention of the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
added Nov 15, 2012 11:11
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Grandma’s curse / Some of the effects of smoking may be passed from grandmother to grandchild

Which crucial genes these histones surround remains obscure. Nor have the team yet found out whether the epigenetic effect they have discovered reaches further than grand-offspring. If it does, though, it suggests that epigenetics really might act like
The Economist
added Nov 1, 2012 19:02
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Scientists: Third Hand Smoke Also a Danger

"There's evidence now that third-hand smoke is a risk factor in children like chronic ear infections and chronic respiratory infections," Dr. Edelman explains. "And if your clothes reek of smoke, your hair reeks of smoke, your little child is going to get
KOLR-TV Channel 10 (Springfield, MO)
added Aug 8, 2012 12:07
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[UK] AL-KADHI: If you're a smoker who walks down the street with a cigarette, you're being ableist

whenever the blowback of a cigarette hits my face, I can expect to wheeze and struggle for the rest of the day... I urge all those who smoke to try as hard as possible to watch where they are exhaling, especially when walking on the street. There are mill
The Independent (uk)
added Jul 1, 2018 13:09
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[Ireland] VIDEO: This woman doesn't smoke but cigarettes have almost killed her

BREDA FLOOD IS a school principal from Wexford who has never smoked. However, she has required emergency medical care because of cigarettes. Speaking at a press briefing organised by a number of health organisations and charities, she noted that smoking
The Journal.ie (ie)
added Jan 26, 2014 06:57
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[Jamaica] Significant decline in asthma admissions since smoking ban

MINISTER of Health Dr Fenton Ferguson says there has been a 20 per cent reduction in asthmatic admissions to hospitals since the imposition of the no smoking policy in specified public spaces. The ban was imposed on July 15, with the implementation of
Jamaica Observer (jm)
added Nov 5, 2013 17:00
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Hospital Admissions for Childhood Asthma After Smoke-Free Legislation in England

CONCLUSIONS: These findings confirm those from a small number of previous studies suggesting that the well-documented population health benefits of comprehensive smoke-free legislation appear to extend to reducing hospital admissions for childhood asthma
Pediatrics
added Jan 22, 2013 12:40
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The Relationship Between Tobacco Smoke Exposure and Airflow Obstruction in US Children [FREE FULL TEXT]

Current TSE was not independently associated with airflow obstruction in school-aged children. Prenatal TSE was associated with airflow obstruction in children with asthma. Repeated studies into potential mediators and confounders of this relationship ar
Chest
added Mar 6, 2018 18:31
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LETTERS: CHAPMAN: Bauld et al omit evidence on passive exposure to e-cigarette aerosol / Indoor vaping and brochodilator use are not analagous

Bauld et al draw an analogy between indoor vaping and the use of bronchodilators for asthma...Surely, they cannot be serious here? Newman et al showed the amount of dosed drug exhaled by asthmatics ranged from just 0.2%-1.7% across different puffing beha
Tobacco Control
added Nov 13, 2016 17:05
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