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[Finland] Women who smoke and have high blood pressure are 20 TIMES more likely to suffer a brain haemorrhage than non-smoking men with low blood pressure

This research could help doctors decide which patients are likely to suffer a rupture of their aneurysm and which, therefore, need treatment to prevent a haemorrhage.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 12, 2013 11:52
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Obesity combined with exposure to cigarette smoke may pose new health concerns

Millions of people who are obese and smoke tobacco may face additional health problems ... "Our research shows that smoking and obesity together may pose a triple health threat in addition to the increased risks for heart disease, cancer and diabetes," s
EurekAlert
added Sep 11, 2013 13:15
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[Colorado] New Study Finds Implementation of Smoke-Free Casinos Can Prevent Medical Emergencies

A new study published today in Circulation, a journal of the American Heart Association, takes a deeper look at the implementation of smoke-free laws in casinos and its impact on reported medical emergencies. Researchers from the University of California,
American Legacy Foundation
added Sep 11, 2013 09:40
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[France, Greece] CIGARETTE ÉLECTRONIQUE “VAPOTER N'EST PAS NOCIF POUR LE CŒUR” [ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE "VAPOR IS NOT HARMFUL TO THE HEART"]

Konstantinos Farsalinos , cardiologist at the Onassis Cardiac Center (Athens) surgery, is actively engaged in research on the safety and risks of electronic cigarette. While he has just presented the first study of its effects on the heart , the electron
Paris Match (fr)
added Sep 9, 2013 13:59
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200,000 Heart Disease, Stroke Deaths Could Be Prevented: CDC

- In 2010, more than 200,000 Americans under 75 died from heart disease and stroke that could have been prevented, health officials said Tuesday. Sadly, more than half of those who died were under 65, according to a new report released by the U.S. Center
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Sep 7, 2013 14:47
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[UK] ESC: Smokers Not Home Free After 70

Smokers who make it into their 70s are still felled earlier as a result of their cigarette habit, researchers found. Starting at an average age of 77, men who currently smoked -- versus those who had never smoked -- were more likely to die from any cause
MedPage Today
added Sep 5, 2013 07:30
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Quitting smoking drops heart attack risk to levels of never smokers

Both active smokers and past smokers had a higher prevalence of severely blocked coronary arteries compared to non-smokers. This was determined using coronary computed tomographic angiography (CCTA), a non-invasive imaging technique that enables direct v
ScienceDaily
added Sep 3, 2013 02:59
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[Asia, India] Quitting smoking does not completely cut cardiovascular disease risk

A new study suggests that smokers are twice as likely to have a heart attack, than people who have never smoked. According to Dr Dohi, quitting smoking is the most important thing people can do to reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease. But until
Deccan Chronicle (in)
added Sep 2, 2013 11:11
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Electronic cigarettes: No adverse effects on coronary microcirculation

"This study adds to currently available evidence that supports that electronic cigarettes are significantly less harmful compared with tobacco," Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos (Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center, Kallithea, Greece) said here at the European Soci
theheart.org (ca)
added Sep 1, 2013 02:33
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[Europe, UK] Smokers who survive to 70 still lose 4 years of life

“Previous studies had demonstrated that prolonged cigarette smoking from early adult life was associated with about 10 years loss of life expectancy, with about one quarter of smokers killed by their habit before the age of 70. Stopping at ages 60, 50, 4
European Society of Cardiology
added Sep 1, 2013 02:25
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