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Smoking Cigarettes May Prevent Anemia, Plus Nicotine Benefits For Schizophrenia, Parkinson's Disease

but there are also rare circumstances under which it can actually serve as medicine. Scientists have recently uncovered one such situation: a father and daughter in Germany with an anemia-causing genetic mutation. According to a study in The Journal of B
Medical Daily
added Feb 17, 2017 22:42

A Nationwide Assessment of the Association of Smoking Bans and Cigarette Taxes With Hospitalizations for Acute Myocardial Infarction, Heart Failure, and Pneumonia [FREE FULL TEXT]

Previous studies may have overestimated the relation between smoking bans and hospitalizations and underestimated the effects of cigarette taxes.
Medical Care Research and Review
added Feb 14, 2017 10:37

Thirdhand smoke affects weight, blood cell development in mice

The sticky residue left behind by tobacco smoke can do worse damage than stinking up furniture and discoloring walls. Exposure to thirdhand smoke leads to biological effects on weight and cell development that could be damaging to one's health, according
Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Feb 8, 2017 14:56

[UK] E-cigarettes DO increase your risk of heart disease, study claims

Scientists have found that habitual users of e-cigarettes are more likely to have increased adrenaline levels in the heart and increased oxidative stress, risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease. First marketed in the UK in 2005, and in the
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Feb 2, 2017 19:36

Small Study Links E-Cigarettes to Potential Heart Trouble

A small study suggests that people who use e-cigarettes regularly may face an increased risk for heart disease. Researchers said they found that 23 e-cigarette users were more likely to have two early indicators of heart risk than 19 people who did not
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Feb 2, 2017 16:02

E-cigarettes may increase cardiovascular risk

The team gathered 23 healthy users of e-cigarettes aged between 21 and 45 who did not smoke conventional cigarettes and were not taking any prescription medication. The study also used a control group consisting of 19 healthy individuals that met the sam
Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Feb 2, 2017 14:51

VAPING BAD E-cigarettes ‘damage your heart – raising risk of heart attack and stroke’

The findings published in JAMA Cardiology found vapers were more likely to show signs of two key heart risk factors, which are known to lead to heart disease. Dr Holly Middlekauf, from University of California, Los Angeles, said: “Nicotine, which is the
The Sun (uk)
added Feb 2, 2017 14:50

Joint associations of smoking and television viewing time on cancer and cardiovascular disease mortality

These findings show an association of TV, a common sedentary behavior, with cancer mortality in current-smokers. The association with CVD mortality was less clear. Further exploration in larger data sets is warranted. Limiting TV viewing time may be of b
Wiley Online Library
added Jan 14, 2017 19:35

Smoking may block some of the benefits of kidney disease medications

Nonsmokers and smokers who successfully quit had slower worsening of their kidney function than those who were unsuccessful at quitting. In addition, continued smoking prevented the typical decrease in protein excretion in the urine that is indicative of
Medical Xpress (
added Nov 18, 2016 14:57

[UK] Why is heart disease still killing millions every year?

Smoking kills 6 million annually and although its use is falling the number of smokers worldwide has increased from 721 million in 1980 to 967 million in 2012. In secondary prevention, a single measure – controlling low-density lipoproteins in those who h
The Guardian (uk)
added Nov 8, 2016 19:14
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