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Smoking and Mortality — Beyond Established Causes

We pooled data from five contemporary U.S. cohort studies including 421,378 men and 532,651 women... A substantial portion of the excess mortality among current smokers between 2000 and 2011 was due to associations with diseases that have not been formal
New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)
added May 29, 2015 13:28
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[Europe, UK] Warning over shisha and e-cigarettes as doctors reveal they damage the heart - and those who smoke hookah inhale MORE toxins than cigarettes

'It beats everything. There has been a lot of research over the past two to three years which makes us very clear that all tobacco use, including the waterpipe, smokeless tobacco and electronic cigarettes, is simply not good for your health.'
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 29, 2015 13:17
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GLANTZ: On screen, smoking is 99.93% healthy

Four thousand different characters have smoked in 1,100 top-grossing movies since 2002. If only three of these film characters were diagnosed with lung cancer or heart failure, that’s a (potential) on-screen mortality rate of 0.07 percent (less than one-
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added May 23, 2015 16:24
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[UK] One in FOUR people die from avoidable disease that could be prevented by living a healthier lifestyle - and MEN are most at risk

Coronary heart disease accounts for majority, with lung cancer most prevalent cause among women, Office for National Statistics reveals 60% of all avoidable deaths from 2001 to 2013 were among men
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 21, 2015 21:14
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CDC Map Reveals ‘Most Distinctive’ Cause Of Death State by State / Your geography can have a big impact on how you bite the dust.

While heart disease and cancer are two leading causes of death across the U.S., certain causes of death are more common in some states than in others.
AlterNet.org
added May 18, 2015 11:31
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The Most Distinctive Causes of Death by State, 2001-2010

Some of the findings make intuitive sense (influenza in some northern states, pneumoconioses in coal-mining states, air and water accidents in Alaska and Idaho), while the explanations for others are less immediately apparent (septicemia in New Jersey, de
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
added May 18, 2015 11:28
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[Florida] Illness Cuts Plaintiff's Testimony Short in COPD Tobacco Trial | Engle Review for the Week of May 11

Ethel Gray was testifying under cross-examination when she appeared to be in physical distress and said she felt like she may pass out....came after about two hours of testimony, including about 40 minutes of cross-examination.
Courtroom View Network (CVN)
added May 16, 2015 09:07
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Announcement: American Stroke Month and National High Blood Pressure Education Month — May 2015

Stroke is largely preventable. You may be able to prevent stroke or reduce your risk through healthy lifestyle changes. High blood pressure is one of the major risk factors for stroke. Others include high cholesterol, smoking, diabetes, heart disease, ob
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
added May 14, 2015 14:43
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Smoking and angioplasty: not a good combination

Quitting smoking when you have angioplasty is associated with better quality of life and less chest pain. People who continued to smoke after angioplasty had much worse chest pain and quality of life compared to non-smokers. Researchers recommend that p
American Heart Association (AHA)
added May 14, 2015 10:41
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Quitting smoking may improve angioplasty outcomes

Patients who quit smoking at the time of undergoing angioplasty - a nonsurgical procedure used to improve blood flow to the heart - may benefit much more from the procedure than those who continue to smoke. This is according to a new study published in t
Medical News TODAY(UK)
added May 14, 2015 10:34
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