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Effects of tobacco control policy on cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in Russia [FREE FULL TEXT]

further evidence to support comprehensive tobacco control in line with the (WHO FCTC). Alongside a reduction in tobacco consumption, smoking-related CVD morbidity appears to benefit quite soon after implementation, whilst smoking-related deaths might need
European Journal of Public Health
added Oct 30, 2018 20:35
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Group of Blood Pressure Drugs Linked to Lung Cancer

Patients using angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors (ACEIs) to lower their blood pressure could be at increased risk of lung cancer, according to researchers. And while the risk for individuals is "modest," the researchers suggested that these small
MedPage Today
added Oct 26, 2018 15:36
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Blood pressure pills taken by MILLIONS worldwide 'raise your risk of lung cancer', scientists warn

Blood pressure pills taken by millions worldwide could raise the risk of lung cancer, research has found. It showed that patients on ACE inhibitors were 14 per cent more likely to develop the cancer than those on other types of drugs. The risk went up
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Oct 25, 2018 22:42
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Lung Cancer Risk Tied to Common Blood Pressure Drug

Millions of Americans take angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors to lower their blood pressure, but a new study suggests they might also increase their odds of developing lung cancer. Among people taking these drugs for more than five years, the
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Oct 25, 2018 00:34
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E-Cigs Impair Surgical Wound Healing in Animal Study

Now, however, early research in rats suggests that electronic cigarette exposure may have the same negative impact on surgical wound healing. Researchers conducted the skin-flap wound healing experiments on male rats exposed to smoke from traditional ci
MedPage Today
added Oct 19, 2018 11:28
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Why e-cigarette flavors are so dangerous: They change the vapor's chemistry - increasing the risk of irritation and inflammation, study says

The finding adds to increasing evidence that flavors like bubblegum, orange, creme brulee and mango smoothie may trigger serious health problems Inflammation increases risks of cancers, heart disease, diabetes and more
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Oct 19, 2018 03:50
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E-cigarettes prevent wound healing: Study says patients should be banned from vaping for two months before surgery to avoid complications

Nicotine, the addictive ingredient, is known to restrict blood flow and raise the risk of of complications for cigarette smokers. Although e-cigarettes strip out the combustible chemicals of tobacco, a new study shows the devices have the same effect, h
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Oct 19, 2018 02:34
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E-Cigarettes Slowed Wound Healing in Animal Study

Smoking electronic cigarettes could slow the healing of skin wounds as much as regular cigarettes, according to a new study on rats. "Based on our findings, e-cigarettes are not a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes as it relates to timely wound h
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Oct 19, 2018 02:19
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[Saudi Arabia] Electronic Cigarettes: Impact on Lung Function and Fractional Exhaled Nitric Oxide Among Healthy Adults [FREE FULL TEXT] (PDF)

a significant reduction in lung function parameters including FEV1, FEV1/FVC ratio, FEF50%, FEF75%, FEF25%–75%, and FEF75%–85% was identified. The reason for inconsistent findings presented by Vardavas et al. (2012) is the use of e-cigarette for a p
American Journal of Men’s Health
added Oct 19, 2018 01:47
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Association of Electronic Cigarette Vaping and Cigarette Smoking With Decreased Random Flap Viability in Rats [FREE FULL TEXT]

Smoking and vaping appear to be equally detrimental to wound healing and to be associated with a statistically significant increase in flap necrosis compared with the unexposed group. The results suggest that vaping should not be seen as a better alterna
JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery
added Oct 19, 2018 01:32
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