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Nancy Brown, other healthcare leaders discuss ongoing efforts to address noncommunicable diseases

In follow-up to a September United Nations Summit on noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), and in preparation for the 65th World Health Assembly later this month, AHA CEO Nancy Brown initiated a May 8 meeting in D.C. with Dr. Nils Daulaire, director of global
American Heart Association (AHA)
added May 22, 2012 10:04

Risk of Cardiovascular Serious Adverse Events Associated With Varenicline Use for Tobacco Cessation [FREE FULL TEXT]

Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis / Posted: 05/11/2012; BMJ (c) 2012 BMJ Publishing Group
Medical Tribune
added May 12, 2012 08:44

Buerger’s Disease

10.1016/j.avsg.2011.11.005 : Annals of Vascular Surgery
Science Direct
added Feb 21, 2012 00:00

Reduction in hospital admissions for acute coronary syndrome after the successful implementation of 100% smoke-free legislation in Argentina: a comparison with partial smoking restrictions

Tobacco Control
added May 24, 2011 00:00

[Caribbean, Jamaica] Call to control tobacco by law

Barbados Daily Nation (bb)
added Jul 27, 2010 00:00

[Finland] Secondhand smoke raises risk of hardened arteries among 13-year-olds

American Heart Association rapid access journal report
added Mar 3, 2010 00:00

[Turkmenistan] Saparmurat Niyazov, Turkmen Leader, Dies at 66

added Dec 21, 2006 00:00

[Canada] Former tobacco seller battled cigarette giant

Toronto (Ont) Star (ca)
added Sep 7, 2004 00:00
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E-cigarettes DO inflict life-long damage on nonsmokers' hearts that is similar to tobacco cigarettes, a study claims

They found the nicotine in one e-cig increased adrenaline levels in the body for a healthy nonsmoker, which can cause heart attack or sudden death. It is recommended for nonsmokers to avoid using e-cigs to protect themselves from risks that are similar
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 20, 2017 22:52
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[UK] Smoking number one risk factor for PAD

Smoking and diabetes are the two leading risk factors for peripheral artery disease (PAD), a narrowing of the arteries which can result in amputation...Diabetics who smoked were 16 times more likely to develop PAD than non-smoking non-diabetics.
University of Dundee (uk)
added Sep 20, 2017 14:19
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