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[UK] Smoking ban 'has reduced asthma and heart attacks'

Prohibition of smoking in pubs and restaurants appears to have encouraged people to try to cut down
The Guardian (uk)
added Jul 1, 2012 08:09
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[UK] Huge fall in deadly heart attack

The research has been extensively reported, with news sources suggesting a range of possible reasons, such as better treatments and a reduction in numbers of people smoking.
Blackpool Today (uk)
added Jun 26, 2012 15:48
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[China] Secondhand smoke tied to more health effects

People regularly exposed to secondhand smoke may have increased risks of dying from various causes, a long-term study from China suggests.
Reuters
added Jun 19, 2012 05:23
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Secondhand smoke exposure predicted chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and other tobacco related mortality in a 17-years cohort study in China

Conclusions: This study has shown dose response relationships between SHS and major tobacco related mortality, and provided new evidence to support causation for COPD and ischemic stroke.
Chest
added Jun 14, 2012 21:25
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[China] Secondhand smoke tied to more health effects

may have increased risks of dying from various causes, a long-term study from China suggests. Researchers found that compared with adults who lived and worked in smoke-free environs, those exposed to secondhand smoke were more likely to die of heart dise
Reuters
added Jun 14, 2012 21:23
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KABAT: Do Smoking Bans Really Save Lives? If So, Whose?

There may be some effect of smoking bans, although the largest and most careful studies suggest that any effect is quite small. Furthermore, as a recent Institute of Medicine report makes clear, it will be difficult to gauge the magnitude of any effect a
Forbes
added Jun 13, 2012 10:52
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Maternal Cigarette Smoking and the Development of Necrotizing Enterocolitis

CONCLUSIONS: These data identified maternal cigarette smoking as the only risk factor that is associated with the development of NEC in premature infants. Our data imply that smoking delivers toxins and nicotine to the uterine microenvironment
Pediatrics
added Jun 11, 2012 18:50
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More Proof That Healthy Habits Fight Disease

New studies look at ways to stop smoking and fight cancer, heart disease and obesity
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jun 9, 2012 12:25
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Heart Disease, Cancer Top Killers in U.S.

The two leading causes of death in the U.S. -- cancer and heart disease -- accounted for nearly half of all deaths in 2008, the latest year for which data are available, according to a CDC report.
MedPage Today
added Jun 9, 2012 12:20
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News Alert: Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (JAAOS) June Highlights

Effects of Smoking on Bone and Joint Health / During cigarette use, hazardous gases and chemicals that can cause genetic mutations and the development of cancer are released into the bloodstream.
PR Newswire
added Jun 8, 2012 05:54
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