Headlines Tagged with Breast Cancer — 478 headlines found
US scientists who tracked the progress of around 186,000 women aged 50 to 71 found that those who smoked were 19% more likely to develop breast cancer than those who had never smoked. Women who once smoked but then kicked the habit were still 7% more at
Mar 18, 2014 The Guardian (uk)
added Mar 19, 2014 13:03
Young women who smoke may have an increased risk of a common type of breast cancer, according to a new study. Researchers found that women between 20 and 44 years old who had smoked a pack of cigarettes per day for at least 10 years were 60 percent more
Feb 10, 2014 Reuters
added Feb 16, 2014 18:43
Meanwhile, Kentucky has not been able to pass a statewide smoking ban, and the state spends a small fraction of the $57 million a year the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends for tobacco prevention — just $2.1 million in each of the
Jan 17, 2014 Louisville (KY) Courier-Journal
added Jan 21, 2014 20:02
There's no one right way, but four factors are key: Make the decision to quit; pick a "Quit Day"; deal with withdrawal by planning for it; maintain your smoke-free habits. Still, DeGroot wants to encourage people to just stop."You are never too old. If y
Jan 7, 2014 Everett (WA) Herald
added Jan 8, 2014 11:37
The Surgeon General Report on Smoking and Health 50 Years Later: Breast Cancer and the Cost of Increasing Caution
the decision making process for concluding “causality” in Surgeon General reports has become increasingly cautious and defensive ... The evidence has continued to strengthen since 2005: there are now 12 large cohort studies that consistently demonstrate a
Jan 1, 2014 Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention
added Jan 13, 2014 13:29
Lack of an Association between Passive Smoking and Incidence of Female Breast Cancer in Non-Smokers: Evidence from 10 Prospective Cohort Studies
The results suggest that passive smoking may not be associated with increased incidence of breast cancer. However, the present conclusion should be considered carefully and confirmed with further studies.
Oct 18, 2013 PLoS (Public Library of Science)
added Nov 19, 2013 02:01
* Female smokers in the study were diagnosed with breast cancer at a younger age and obtained no signiﬁcant beneﬁt in this respect from a longer lactation period.
Aug 15, 2013 MedPage Today
added Aug 16, 2013 22:49
Breast-feeding for more than six months appears to guard nonsmoking women against breast cancer for longer periods of time, a new study suggests. Smoking canceled the benefits of breast-feeding
Aug 15, 2013 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Aug 15, 2013 10:31
women who breastfed their baby for six months or longer had lower risks of developing breast cancer later in life. This protection was seen only in women who didn't smoke.
Aug 14, 2013 DailyRx
added Aug 15, 2013 10:35
UK's Office for National Statistics showed that breast cancer remained the most common cancer among women (30.7pc of new cases, affecting 42,000), ahead of lung (11.6pc) and colorectal (11.2pc).
Jun 27, 2013 Irish Independent (ie)
added Jul 3, 2013 09:13