Headlines Tagged with Cardio-vascular — 3,356 headlines found
They found that the age of smokers who die from cardiovascular disease is, on average, five and a half years younger than people who have never smoked in their lives. By contrast, the age for former smokers drops to just over two years younger than life-l
Apr 23, 2015 News-Medical.net
added Apr 23, 2015 09:38
“Exposure to parental smoking early in life has an irreversible effect on arterial health in adulthood,” state the investigators in the Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study. However, “parents who are unable to give up smoking can nonetheless lessen th
Apr 14, 2015 Nature
added Apr 14, 2015 17:18
In a Finnish study spanning 26 years, kids exposed to parental smoking were more likely to develop plaque in their carotid arteries as young adults than kids who were not exposed to secondhand smoke.
Mar 23, 2015 Reuters
added Mar 23, 2015 18:52
New research published today shows that children of mothers who smoke while breastfeeding are more likely to develop serious health problems such as obesity, hypothyroidism, diabetes and cardiovascular disease later in life.
Feb 4, 2015 Irish Independent (ie)
added Feb 4, 2015 14:26
[California] HEALTH ADVISORY – January 28, 2015 / Electronic Cigarettes: A Summary of the Public Health Risks and Recommendations for Health Care Professionals (PDF)
This health advisory seeks to inform health care professionals of the public health risks posed by the marketing, sale and use of electronic cigarettes (e‐cigarettes) especially to children and young people.
Jan 28, 2015 California Department of Public Health
added Jan 28, 2015 23:54
Deaths from chronic diseases have risen by more than 50 percent in low- and middle-income countries over the past two decades, according to the report, by the Council on Foreign Relations...more exposure to health risks, such as...lax antismoking laws
Dec 4, 2014 New York Times
added Dec 4, 2014 12:47
BASULTO: Why the dangers of secondhand smoke could change the innovation dynamics of the marijuana industry
We’re so focused on the potential economic benefits of a potential $40 billion annual business that we haven’t focused enough on the potential health risks. That’s where the latest research presented by the American Heart Association,
Nov 18, 2014 Washington Post
added Nov 18, 2014 10:39
Action Points Note that this study was published as an abstract and presented at a conference. These data and conclusions should be considered to be preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed journal. Note that this study found a decrease in flow-medi
Nov 17, 2014 MedPage Today
added Nov 18, 2014 10:31
Smokers are more vulnerable to Raynaud’s phenomenon, a discoloration of one’s fingers and toes because of excessively reduced blood flow in response to cold weather or emotional stress, according to neurologist Park Gi-deok of the Ewha Womans University
Nov 14, 2014 Korea Herald (kr)
added Nov 14, 2014 18:12
For instance, a strong program of cardiac rehabilitation after heart attack may be more helpful in encouraging the patient to stop smoking. "If the payer has paid for this program, it will increase the likelihood you will quit," Peterson said.
Nov 13, 2014 MedPage Today
added Nov 14, 2014 09:01