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[UK] Death map of the world: Major report of 180 countries reveals how many people will die before their 70th birthday (so, how does your nation rank?)

'NCDs are the main cause of premature death for most countries. 'Poverty, uncontrolled marketing of alcohol and tobacco by multinational industries, and weak health care systems are making chronic diseases a larger danger to human health than traditional
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 22, 2018 15:07
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UK TO FALL SHORT OF UN TARGET FOR REDUCING PREMATURE DEATHS FROM CHRONIC DISEASE

Professor Majid Ezzati, from Imperial's School of Public Health, who led the study, said: "Non-communicable diseases are the main cause of premature death for most countries. "Poverty, uncontrolled marketing of alcohol and tobacco by multinational indus
CARE APPOINTMENTS (uk)
added Sep 21, 2018 18:30
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[UK] NCD Countdown 2030: worldwide trends in non-communicable disease mortality and progress towards Sustainable Development Goal target [FREE FULL TEXT]

Substantial reduction of NCD mortality requires policies that considerably reduce tobacco and alcohol use and blood pressure, and equitable access to efficacious and high-quality preventive and curative care for acute and chronic NCDs.
The Lancet (uk)
added Sep 21, 2018 13:54
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[UK] Thousands of British women are dying too young because they 'try to drink, eat and smoke like men', with many developing diabetes, heart disease and cancer

Cancer Research UK said lung cancer rates are still peaking among women, years after they fell for men. This is because many women in the UK took up smoking in the 1960s and 1970s – but were slower to give up when men started kicking the habit a few dec
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 22, 2018 15:00
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO MAKES SIGNIFICANT STEP ON TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION; FDA TO CONTINUE ITS EVALUATION ON MODIFIED-RISK CLAIMS FOR CAMEL SNUS

advanced R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company’s efforts to communicate reduced-risk information to consumers regarding its Camel Snus products...(TPSAC) recognized that the available science supports that switching completely from cigarettes to Camel Snus can si
Reynolds American (RAI)
added Sep 14, 2018 18:56
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Electronic cigarette vapour enhances pneumococcal adherence to airway epithelial cells under abnormal conditions of exposure

led authors to conclude that e-cigarette use has the potential to increase susceptibility to pneumococcal infection. Unfortunately, the evidence presented in the paper is inadequate to provide much confidence in this conclusion.
European Respiratory Journal
added Sep 12, 2018 16:33
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Heatlh Short: A reason not to switch to e-cigarettes

A new study suggests they significantly increase the risk for heart attack. Combined data from two national surveys of more than 69,000 people 18 and older in 2014 and 2016 showed that compared with people who never used e-cigarettes, daily users almost
Sarasota (FL) Herald-Tribune
added Sep 12, 2018 14:10
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Vascular endothelial function is impaired by aerosol from a single IQOS HeatStick to the same extent as by cigarette smoke [FREE FULL TEXT]

Conclusions Acute exposures to IQOS aerosol impairs FMD in rats. IQOS use does not necessarily avoid the adverse cardiovascular effects of smoking cigarettes.
Tobacco Control
added Sep 12, 2018 00:53
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Smoking reduces plasma bilirubin: Observational and genetic analyses in the Copenhagen General Population Study

Higher daily and cumulative tobacco consumption were associated with lower concentrations of plasma bilirubin in observational and genetic analyses, suggesting that the association is causal.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Sep 8, 2018 19:59
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Artery damage seen in some teenage smokers, drinkers

Researchers found that 17-year-olds who had smoked more than 100 cigarettes in their lifetime or who drank more than 10 drinks on a typical drinking day had stiffer walls in their arteries. In the long term, stiffer arteries can increase the risk for ca
Reuters
added Sep 10, 2018 03:38
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