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[UK] One cigarette a day 'increases heart disease and stroke risk'

People who smoked even one cigarette a day were still about 50% more likely to develop heart disease and 30% more likely to have a stroke than people who had never smoked, researchers said. They said it showed there was no safe level of smoking for such
BBC Online
added Jan 25, 2018 21:27
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[UK-Overseas Territories] Low cigarette consumption and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke: meta-analysis of 141 cohort studies in 55 study reports [FREE FULL TEXT]

Smoking only about one cigarette per day carries a risk of developing coronary heart disease and stroke much greater than expected: around half that for people who smoke 20 per day. No safe level of smoking exists for cardiovascular disease. Smokers shou
British Medical Journal
added Jan 25, 2018 21:26
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[UK-Overseas Territories] Smoking Just One Cigarette a Day Raises MI, Stroke Risk

Smokers who light up just once a day have a significantly increased risk for heart disease and stroke, equivalent to about half the excess risk seen in heavy smokers, researchers report. Their meta-analysis of 141 prospective cohort studies conducted in
MedPage Today
added Jan 25, 2018 21:14
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WELL|How Running May or May Not Help the Heart

you misspent your youth smoking and eating poorly or have a family history of cardiac disease, you might want to talk with your physician about having your heart assessed, Dr. Roberts says, even if you have completed a marathon or two, or even 100.
New York Times
added Nov 29, 2017 15:18
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Cardiovascular Screenings Increase After the ACA, Study in The American Journal of Managed CareĀ® Finds

More physicians screened patients for diabetes and hypertension and especially for tobacco use in the years after 2010, when the Affordable Care Act (ACA) required that payers cover preventive screenings without out-of-pocket costs to patients, according
Business Wire
added Nov 29, 2017 00:23
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Chronic exposure to electronic cigarette (E-cig) results in impaired cardiovascular function in mice.

Chronic exposure to E-cig vapor accelerates aortic stiffness,significantly impairs aortic endothelial function,and may lead to impaired cardiac function. The clinical implications from this study are, even at relatively low exposure levels,chronic use of
Journal of Applied Physiology
added Nov 17, 2017 22:09
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GLANTZ: More evidence that e-cigarettes are as bad as cigs in terms of heart disease risk

they exposed mice to e-cigarette aerosol for 8 months and found changes in their blood vessels that indicate heightened heart disease risk. (These results are consistent with short-term studies in humans show that people who use e-cigarettes immediately
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Nov 17, 2017 22:06
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[UK-Wales] Premature coronary heart disease deaths 'cut by 70%'

The number of people dying prematurely from coronary heart disease in Wales has been cut by nearly 70% in the past 20 years, a new report has revealed... The report said this was due to the improved detection of heart disease among GPs, the ban on smoking
BBC Online
added Nov 6, 2017 15:43
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[Asia, China] Feature: The Chinese dream is the dream of the world

It's the hospital's Initiative Against In-Hospital Cigarette Smoking project. Since one of the risk factors leading to heart diseases is smoking, the hospital is seeking to provide not only a cure but also preventive measures...."We are not just telling t
Xinhua Newswire
added Oct 14, 2017 16:01
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Skipping breakfast tied to higher risk of hardening in arteries

Those who skipped breakfast were more likely to be male, smokers and dieters who consumed the bulk of their daily calories around lunchtime.
Reuters
added Oct 4, 2017 11:00
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