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For those who followed four factors, there was a 33 percent lower risk for cancer and for those who followed one or two, there was a 21 percent lower risk, the researchers said. If "not smoking" was removed from the mix of heart-healthy behaviors, the as
Mar 18, 2013 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Mar 19, 2013 22:57
The story of Sean Marsee is familiar ... Did Bantle, Manning, or others testifying on behalf of U.S. Tobacco commit perjury by hiding behind a wall of alleged ignorance despite overwhelming evidence that the product they produce kills people? Does their t
Oct 1, 1986 UNZ.org - A Free Website for Periodicals, Books, and Videos
added Mar 19, 2013 12:20
New research appearing online today in Clinical Chemistry, the journal of AACC, shows that decreased levels of vitamin D may predispose smokers to developing tobacco-related cancer. This study illustrates that simple vitamin D blood tests and supplements
Mar 16, 2013 News-Medical.net
added Mar 16, 2013 14:05
A study published yesterday in the journal Clinical Chemistry, suggests boosting vitamin D levels could improve health for people who smoke. Researchers say low vitamin D boosts a personâ€™s chance of developing a variety of tobacco related cancers.
Mar 16, 2013 Examiner.com (National)
added Mar 16, 2013 14:04
Debi Austin, the woman known for smoking a cigarette through a hole in her throat in a 1997 state-sponsored, anti-smoking commercial, has died after a long battle with cancer, California health officials announced Tuesday.
Feb 27, 2013 San Gabriel Valley (CA) Tribune
added Feb 27, 2013 11:03
things such as ultraviolet and ionizing radiation; chemical carcinogens, such as asbestos, components of tobacco smoke, food and drinking water contaminants as well as infections from certain viruses, bacteria or parasites could cause it. ... Sam Ojebode,
Feb 21, 2013 Naij.com (ng)
added Feb 21, 2013 13:31
Dr. Guertin is an otorhinolaryngologist ... Today's testimony provides a second view from the front-lines of treating some of the diseases caused by smoking. These are the cancers of the lungs, throat, larynx or emphysema that are the subject of the Bla
Feb 11, 2013 Eye on the Trials (ASPQ) (ca)
added Feb 12, 2013 11:22
Dr. Bill Evans, a former oncologist who is now a regional vice-president of Cancer Care Ontario, says that encouraging patients to quit smoking should be a top priority for cancer-care providers.
Feb 2, 2013 Ottawa (Ont) Citizen (ca)
added Feb 3, 2013 13:11
Heavy smokers are more likely to develop aggressive and deadly bladder cancers than those who smoke less or nonsmokers, new research shows.
Jan 14, 2013 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jan 15, 2013 14:05
it also affects its course, in that people who smoke more have greater likelihood of developing more aggressive and deadly disease. That is one of the conclusions of a new study published early online in Cancer, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Ca
Jan 14, 2013 Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Jan 14, 2013 08:34