Headlines Tagged with Cancer — 4,767 headlines found
Tobacco use is a smoking gun, robbing many in South Jersey of their heath and economic well-being. Meanwhile, the state spends on smoking prevention less than 1 percent of the almost $1 billion in tobacco revenue it takes in each year.
Jul 26, 2012 phillyBurbs.com
added Jul 31, 2012 13:20
NYC's lower rates due to cigarette taxes, anti-tobacco campaigns, group says
Jul 24, 2012 Ithaca (NY) Journal (OLD)
added Jul 24, 2012 18:13
Christopher Portier, chairman of the IARC working Group, said the group's conclusion "was unanimous - that diesel engine exhaust causes lung cancer in humans".
Jun 12, 2012 Reuters
added Jun 12, 2012 13:47
The number of people with cancer is set to surge by more than 75 percent across the world by 2030, with particularly sharp rises in poor countries as they adopt unhealthy "Westernised" lifestyles
May 31, 2012 Reuters
added Jun 1, 2012 03:25
Deaths from cancer in Britain have fallen 40% in people aged 50 to 59, according to figures produced by Cancer Research UK
May 15, 2012 The Guardian (uk)
added May 17, 2012 17:50
Nov 4, 2010 Justia
added Nov 13, 2010 00:00
We used to associate oropharyngeal cancer with smoking, but the epidemiology demonstrates that in the modern era oropharyngeal cancer is really driven by HPV.
Oct 16, 2017 MedPage Today
added Oct 21, 2017 23:21
2017 Cancer Progress Report from the American Association for Cancer Research...cigarette smoking declined by nearly 39 percent from 2000 to 2015, which should mean fewer cases of lung cancer in the future, the report said.
Sep 14, 2017 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Sep 18, 2017 04:29
China is the leading consumer of tobacco in the worldwide...hy lifestyle have also been carried out actively. In this report, we have studied in-depth analysis of 26 types of cancer in which Lung cancer is leading the market because China has high cons
Sep 5, 2017 PR Newswire
added Sep 6, 2017 03:23
Smoking Cessation and Risk of Esophageal Cancer by Histological Type: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Smoking cessation time-dependently decreases risk of esophageal squamous cell carcinoma, particularly in Western populations, while it has limited influence on the risk of esophageal adenocarcinoma.
Sep 4, 2017 Journal of the National Cancer Institute
added Sep 5, 2017 03:30