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Response to H. Nabi et al.

We agree with Nabi et al. that adiposity, as a main source of estrogen biosynthesis after menopause, can influence nuclear estrogen receptor (ER)–β expression in the lung. To approach this issue, in our data, we evaluated whether 1) adiposity measured by
Journal of the National Cancer Institute
added Apr 23, 2018 00:16
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RE: Smoking, Sex, and Non–Small Cell Lung Cancer: Steroid Hormone Receptors in Tumor Tissue (S0424)

In closing, future work should consider the role of adiposity if we are expecting to have a more complete picture of the interplay between smoking, sex, hormone receptors, and survival in lung cancer.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute
added Apr 23, 2018 00:14
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[UK] Obese people and smokers face delays for routine operations in Bath and North East Somerset

Obese patients and smokers must wait longer for routine operations than their slimmer, non-smoking counterparts in Bath and North East Somerset. Local health commissioners introduced the potentially controversial policy this month – with the backing of
Somerset Live (uk)
added Apr 9, 2018 14:40
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Smokers have worse diets than non-smokers

evaluated data from 5293 US adults and found that smokers consumed around 200 more calories a day, despite eating significantly smaller portions of food, than non-smokers or former smokers. Dr Vernarelli commented: "Smokers had diets that were high in en
ScienceDaily
added Apr 7, 2018 20:48
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JPM, Amazon, Berkshire will use data to improve healthcare

Dimon wrote. He also pointed to better programs to decrease rates of obesity and smoking, which contribute to chronic disease like cancer, stroke and heart disease
Reuters
added Apr 6, 2018 18:54
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Smokers' Diets Let Them Down, Too

The researchers found that compared to ex-smokers and people who never smoked, tobacco users have diets with a much higher energy density... "Along with smoking, poor diet is in the top three modifiable risk factors for cardiovascular disease," the study
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Apr 5, 2018 15:46
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[UK] Tax sugar, alcohol and tobacco to help the poor, say experts

Just a day before the UK brings in a levy on sugary drinks, experts are urging every country in the world to use taxes to deter people from the eating, drinking and smoking habits that will damage their health. T
The Guardian (uk)
added Apr 5, 2018 04:36
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'Sin taxes' can help to curb chronic disease: How levies on soft drinks, snacks, alcohol and tobacco are more likely to change the behaviour of poorer consumers

A global study found taxes on soft drinks, snacks, alcohol and tobacco are more likely to change the lifestyle behaviour of vulnerable poorer consumers / But most of the tax revenues would come from higher income households / Poor of society are dispropo
Press Association (uk)
added Apr 5, 2018 01:08
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Smokers are at risk of PUTTING ON weight as evidence shows they eat an extra 200 calories a day

The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Apr 4, 2018 17:01
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More to gain: dietary energy density is related to smoking status in US adults [FREE FULL TEXT]

These findings suggest that smoking status is associated with poor diet quality. Former smokers had a slightly lower ED value (1.84) than current non-daily smokers (1.89) but a higher value than never smokers (1.79).
BioMed Central (uk)
added Apr 4, 2018 12:49
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