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Even a Cigarette a Day Is Bad for Your Health

A person who habitually smokes just one cigarette a day is nine times as likely to die from lung cancer as a nonsmoker, and even if he or she quits at age 50, still has a 44 percent increased risk of premature death. These findings, from a large study i
New York Times
added Dec 8, 2016 04:13
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ARCHIVE: Health consequences of smoking 1–4 cigarettes per day [FREE FULL TEXT]

Conclusions: In both sexes, smoking 1–4 cigarettes per day was associated with a significantly higher risk of dying from ischaemic heart disease and from all causes, and from lung cancer in women. Smoking control policymakers and health educators should e
Tobacco Control
added Dec 8, 2016 03:20
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Peripheral Arterial Disease Market- smoking and diabetes contributes towards increase in incidence rate of peripheral arterial diseases which would stimulate the growth of market globally

globally around 20% of the total population above the age of 60 years are affected by peripheral arterial diseases. High risk factors such as smoking and diabetes contributes towards increase in incidence rate of peripheral arterial diseases which would s
Medgadget.com (blog)
added Dec 7, 2016 02:26
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Electronic cigarettes increase endothelial progenitor cells in the blood of healthy volunteers.

ten puffs of e-cigarette vapor inhalation caused an increase in EPCs. This increase was of the same magnitude as following smoking of one traditional cigarette, as we previously demonstrated. Taken together, these results may represent signs of possible v
Atherosclerosis
added Dec 5, 2016 02:32
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[UK] E-cigs: The incendiary truth... Just 10 puffs increases your risk of heart disease and they may even make smokers LESS likely to quit

Scientists at the world-renowned Karolinska Institute in Stockholm have discovered that just ten puffs on an e-cig is enough to trigger physiological changes that, in the words of one leading expert, 'start the heart disease ball rolling'. This study fo
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Dec 4, 2016 21:24
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[South America/Caribbean] Decrease in mortality rate and hospital admissions for acute myocardial infarction after the enactment of the smoking ban law in São Paulo city, Brazil

Conclusions Hospital admissions and mortality rate for myocardial infarction were reduced in the first months after the comprehensive smoking ban law was implemented.
Tobacco Control
added Dec 2, 2016 00:30
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[Brazil] SIEGEL: New Study Shows the Blatant Bias in Modern-Day Tobacco Control Research and Demonstrates Why You Need to Look at the Actual Data

Thus, even if this paper had convincingly demonstrated that there was a decline in heart attacks in São Paulo after the smoking ban, it would not have been valid to conclude that this was a causal effect. Without a comparison group, this study is as good
The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
added Dec 2, 2016 00:29
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How e-cigarettes ruin plastic surgery: Vaping chemicals 'prevent skin from healing after nip-and-tuck'

Now, in an industry first, researchers backed by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) have issued an identical warning against vaporized nicotine. Nicotine is known to restrict blood flow and raise risk of post-surgery complications for cigar
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Nov 30, 2016 06:04
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Smoking boosts heart attack risk 8-fold for younger adults

For young adults who smoke, the risk of a major heart attack is 8 times higher than for their peers who never smoked or who gave it up, a UK study found. Older adults who smoke are also more likely than non-smokers their age to end up with heart attacks
Reuters
added Nov 30, 2016 06:04
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Pronounced increase in risk of acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction in younger smokers [FREE FULL TEXT]

Conclusions Smoking was associated with an eightfold increased risk of acute STEMI in younger smokers, when compared to ex- and never smokers. Further efforts to reduce smoking in the youngest are needed.
Heart
added Nov 30, 2016 06:03
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