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[UK] Obesity could overtake smoking in cancer death risk - study

Smoking is the biggest avoidable cause of cancer, followed by excess weight, overexposure to UV radiation from the sun and sunbeds, drinking alcohol, eating too little fibre, and outdoor air pollution, a study by Cancer Research UK found. But experts pr
Press Association (uk)
added Mar 23, 2018 20:06
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40% of smokers incorrectly think nicotine causes cancer

Over 58% of smokers still try to quit without using an aid and going “cold turkey”,2 despite this being the least effective way. A PHE report highlights that public misunderstanding of the harmfulness of nicotine containing products, such as NRT and e-ci
The Phoenix Newspaper (uk)
added Mar 20, 2018 15:29
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Aboriginal Australians are more likely to die from cancer than the rest of the population - with lung and liver disease the main killers

'We continue to see Aboriginal Australians disproportionately affected by smoking-related cancers, so lung and head and neck cancer, ' Prof Aranda said. 'This contributes to the reason why more indigenous people die of cancer, because they are getting t
AAP (Australian Associated Press) (au)
added Mar 14, 2018 17:34
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[California] VIDEO: E-Cigarettes Exposing Teens To Cancer-Causing Toxins, Report Says

A new report is shedding more light on what dangerous chemicals are inside e-cigarettes. According to scientists in California, vaping is exposing teens to “potentially cancer-causing chemicals also found in tobacco cigarettes.” A study done by research
CBS 2 News / KCAL 9 (Los Angeles, CA)
added Mar 14, 2018 00:13
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ARCHIVE: Americans Mistakenly Believe Nicotine Causes Cancer

More than half of adults (52.9 percent) think nicotine causes most of the cancer from smoking, and another 21.2 percent weren’t sure. Almost as many cigarette smokers — 52.5 percent — think nicotine is a carcinogen. That means they may be unlikely to use
Vaping360 (TBEC Review)
added Sep 14, 2018 18:00
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[China] US: Are E-Cigarettes Going Up In Smoke? Users Show Same Cancer-Causing Chemicals As Regular Smokers

“the vapor produced by e-cigarettes is not harmless water vapor, but actually contains some of the same toxic chemicals found in smoke from traditional cigarettes.” According to Rubinstein, the toxicity of non-nicotine e-cigarettes is caused by the propyl
Tobacco China (cn) 烟草在线
added Mar 11, 2018 16:34
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[Canada, Florida] Patients Prefer Smoking Status Assessment by Oncologists

Patients newly diagnosed with cancer appreciate being asked about their smoking status and many think it should be assessed at each and every oncology clinic visit, Canadian researchers reported at the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2018 Cancer Su
Oncology News (CancerNetwork.com)
added Mar 8, 2018 01:07
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E-CIGARETTE USERS INGEST HIGH LEVELS OF CANCER-CAUSING CHEMICALS, LEADS TO TRADITIONAL SMOKING

Teenagers who smoke e-cigarettes are poisoning their bodies with the same chemicals present in traditional tobacco cigarettes, according to research released this week. E-cigarettes, or vape pens, combine flavored fluid and nicotine to deliver a less ha
Newsweek
added Mar 8, 2018 17:45
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Even e-cigarettes with NO nicotine raise cancer risk for teens, study warns

analyzed urine and saliva from 67 teens who used e-cigarettes and found they had been exposed to some of the same chemicals in tobacco that cause cancer. Under-18s are almost three times more likely to use e-cigarettes than adults, according to the most
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Mar 8, 2018 00:22
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VIDEO: Teens inhale cancer-causing chemicals in e-cigarettes

Smoking e-cigarettes delivers cancer-causing chemicals that get into the body — and popular fruity flavors appear to be the worst, researchers reported Monday. They said teenagers who try vaping may be poisoning themselves with many of the same chemical
NBC News
added Mar 7, 2018 04:06
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