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Secondhand Smoke Exposure Among Community-Dwelling Adult Cancer Survivors in the United States: 1999–2012

Conclusions: Fortunately, SHSe among nonsmoking cancer survivors in the United States is on the decline, although certain subgroups remain disproportionately burdened.
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention
added Jun 29, 2017 04:44
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Secondhand smoke exposure among nonsmoking adult cancer survivors has declined

From 1999/2000 to 2011/2012, exposure to secondhand smoke among nonsmoking adult cancer survivors declined from 39.6 percent to 15.7 percent, but rates of exposure were higher among those with a history of a smoking-related cancer and those living below
ScienceDaily
added Jun 23, 2017 01:55
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Secondhand smoke exposure among nonsmoking adult cancer survivors has declined

exposure to secondhand smoke among nonsmoking adult cancer survivors declined from 39.6 percent to 15.7 percent, but rates of exposure were higher among those with a history of a smoking-related cancer and those living below the federal poverty level comp
EurekAlert
added Jun 22, 2017 14:08
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Secondhand Smoke Still Plagues Some Cancer Survivors

15.7 percent reporting exposure to secondhand smoke in 2011-2012, down from nearly 40 percent in 1999-2000. However, exposure rates were higher among those with a history of smoking-related cancer and those living below the federal poverty level.
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jun 22, 2017 14:03
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BERMAN/HATSUKAMI: Reducing tobacco-related harm: FDA’s proposed product standard for smokeless tobacco

This Special Communication discusses the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA's) proposed rule that would limit N-nitrosonornicotine (NNN) levels in smokeless tobacco products. It argues that finalising and implementing this first 'product standard' would
Tobacco Control
added Jun 21, 2017 00:39
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More liver cancer deaths could be averted in the U.S

Another preventable risk factor...smoking, which is still too common in Asian communities. “I would say in Asian population, especially in Japan, Korea, and the Chinese, the male smoking rate is very high,” he said.
Reuters
added Jun 19, 2017 20:29
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E-cigarettes cause as much damage to DNA as regular tobacco, new study finds

The devices which contain nicotine-based liquid could be as harmful as unfiltered cigarettes when it comes to causing DNA damage, according to University of Connecticut (UConn) scientists. They also found that the vapour from non-nicotine e-cigs caused
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jun 14, 2017 21:10
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Cancer survivors, supporters urge New York City to enact stricter tobacco laws

Those gathered at City Hall asked lawmakers to not approve any new licensed tobacco retail channels and to raise tobacco prices and prohibit tobacco purchases at pharmacies in the city. Over 5,000 petition signatures were also presented to lawmakers ask
Patient Daily
added Jun 14, 2017 21:07
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What We’re Reading: Buying Well

Apparently it wasn’t until 1997 that Gwyneth Paltrow, then a smoker, now a health purveyor, discovered the link between smoking and cancer. That’s only one of many breathtaking tidbits that you’ll learn about celebrity and wellness at her In Goop Health c
New York Times
added Jun 13, 2017 21:46
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Vaping cannabis may expose users to carcinogenic compounds

New research shows that the agents commonly mixed with cannabis oil for vaping can also produce cancer-causing compounds when heated. The effect is similar to the potential health risks linked to cigarette smoke and agents used in e-cigarettes. The new st
EurekAlert
added Jun 12, 2017 21:42
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