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[UK] Vaping 'no better' than smoking regular cigarettes

Vaping could be “no better” than smoking regular cigarettes and may be linked to cancer, scientists have found. The study which showed that vapour from e-cigarettes can damage or kill human cells was publsihed as the devices are to be rolled out by UK pu
The Independent (uk)
added Dec 30, 2015 23:37

[UK] E-cigarettes may cause cancer, new study finds ($$)

US scientists treated cells in Petri dishes with vapour from a nicotine-based e-cigarette and a nicotine-free variety and found that cells exposed to the smoke were more likely to die.
Times Of London (uk)
added Dec 30, 2015 15:55

[UK] Pets at more risk from passive smoking than humans, find scientists

Scientists at the University of Glasgow have established a direct link between family pets living in a smoking environment. The study found cats are particularly at risk from second-hand smoke, potentially due to extensive self-grooming, and that dogs wh
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Dec 29, 2015 23:13

[UK] E-cigarettes are no safer than smoking tobacco, scientists warn

Prof Kevin Fenton, National Director Health & Wellbeing at PHE said: “Public Health England has always been clear that e-cigarettes are not 100 per cent safe and we will carefully consider this new study and continue to be vigilant. But our major world l
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Dec 29, 2015 23:12

Not an alternative to smoking: E-cigarettes may also cause cancer, reveals study

The scientists tested two types of each e-cigarette: a nicotine and nicotine-free version. Nicotine is what makes smoking addictive. There is also some evidence it can damage cells. The team found that the nicotine versions caused worse damage, but even (in)
added Dec 29, 2015 22:07
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[UK] Cats in smoking homes more susceptible to cancer than dogs, research reveals

HOUSEHOLD cats are more susceptible to cancer than dogs when living with smokers, new research has revealed. The ongoing study by the University of Glasgow had previously revealed a direct link between dogs living in a smoking environment and a higher ri
Deadline News (uk)
added Dec 29, 2015 19:59

E-cigarettes are NO better than regular smoking: Devices can 'cause cancer even when they're nicotine FREE'

Researchers from Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System tested two popular brands of e-cigarettes. They found that both brands harmed cells in ways that could spark the development of a tumor even with no nicotine – which is the addictive ingredien
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Dec 29, 2015 18:38

Cell harm seen in lab tests of e-cigarettes

a lab team at the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System tested two products and found they damaged cells in ways that could lead to cancer. The damage occurred even with nicotine-free versions of the products. "Our study strongly suggests that ele
added Dec 29, 2015 17:40
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[UK] Are you killing your pets with secondhand smoke? Animals in fume-filled homes are 'at higher risk of developing cancer'

These problems include animal cancers, cell damage and weight gain Study found that cats are worse affected by owners smoking than dogs But canines often gain more weight when living with a smoker
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Dec 29, 2015 15:48

Nicotine: Carcinogenicity and Effects on Response to Cancer Treatment – A Review [FREE FULL TEXT]

The role of nicotine as the major addictive component of tobacco products may have distracted our attention from toxicological effects on cell growth, angiogenesis, and tumor malignancy. Effects on cancer disease are important aspects in the evaluation of
Frontiers of Oncology
added Dec 29, 2015 03:59
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