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[UK-Scotland] DUFFY: You are never too old to beat the smoking habit

The fastest and most important boost from giving up cigarettes at any age is cardiovascular. Advancing age is the biggest factor for developing dementia, so quitting has an additional benefit for older folk as it can help maintain mental sharpness and de
The Scotsman (uk)
added Jan 16, 2014 14:31
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E-Cigarettes and Cardiovascular Risk: Beyond Science and Mysticism

recent studies have shown that various potentially harmful substances, especially nicotine, ultraparticles, and volatile organic compounds, may be effectively inhaled ... it is also considered a potentially effective method for smoking cessation, more foc
Seminars in Thrombosis and Hemostasis (Thieme Institutional Sales)
added Jan 13, 2014 09:46
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[UK] Powerful anti-smoking campaign launched to show cyanide and arsenic damage

Smokefree Health Harms is spearheaded by Public Health England with the aim of showing smokers the harm done to the human system by arsenic and cyanide – just some of the dangerous chemicals present in cigarettes.
Metro Café (uk)
added Dec 30, 2013 12:48
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[UK] Video: Graphic anti-smoking campaign shows polluted blood running into the brain and damaging cells

The Smokefree Health Harms campaign points out that inhaling dangerous chemicals in cigarettes, including arsenic and cyanide, damages major organs and increases the risk of stroke and dementia. The chemicals move through the heart, the lungs and into t
The Mirror (uk)
added Dec 30, 2013 12:47
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[UK] Quit smoking adverts highlight toxic risk to brain

A new public health campaign in England is highlighting the toxic damage tobacco smoke does to vital organs such as the brain, as well as the lungs. The TV adverts warn how smoke makes blood "dirty and thick with toxins" which then circulate in the body
BBC Online
added Dec 30, 2013 12:45
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[UK] County’s smokers at greater risk of stroke

Public Health England’s Smokefree Health Harms campaign highlights how dangerous chemicals in cigarettes, including arsenic and cyanide, flow through the body, damaging the heart and lungs and cells in the brain.
Lancashire Evening Post (uk)
added Dec 30, 2013 12:19
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[UK] New Year ad campaign targets smokers

Public Health England, an executive agency of the Department of Health, is rolling out a nationwide campaign focusing on the toxic cycle of dirty blood ... The campaign, called Toxic Cycle, will be backed by posters, online ads and billboards as well as
The Guardian (uk)
added Dec 30, 2013 12:18
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[UK] New Year ad campaign targets smokers

Public Health England, an executive agency of the Department of Health, is rolling out a nationwide campaign focusing on the toxic cycle of dirty blood ... The campaign, called Toxic Cycle, will be backed by posters, online ads and billboards as well as
The Guardian (uk)
added Dec 30, 2013 12:18
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Preventing Chronic Disease | Trends in Tobacco Smoke Exposure and Blood Lead Levels Among Youths and Adults in the United States: The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2008 (PDF)

Youths with secondhand smoke exposure had blood lead levels suggestive of the potential for adverse cognitive outcomes. Despite remediation efforts in housing and the environment and declining smoking rates and secondhand smoke exposure in the United Stat
CDC - Centers for Disease Control
added Dec 23, 2013 23:24
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Secondhand Smoke Linked to Higher Blood Lead Levels in Kids

Youths exposed to secondhand smoke (SHS) have higher blood lead levels (BLLs) than unexposed youths, potentially increasing their risk for neurodevelopmental problems, suggests a new study published online December 19 in Preventing Chronic Disease.
Medical Tribune
added Dec 23, 2013 23:19
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