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Study identifies smoking, obesity, alcohol abuse and depressive disorders as low back pain risk factors Monitoring and counseling at-risk patients may prevent and minimize pain, improve life quality

presented today at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) identifies nicotine dependence, obesity, alcohol abuse and depressive disorders as risk factors for low back pain, a common condition causing disability, mis
PR Newswire
added Mar 25, 2015 17:06
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Obesity, Smoking, Drinking, Depression: All Linked to Low Back Pain

"If you have lower back pain that is not explained by a spinal problem but is more of a muscle pain, things like obesity, alcohol abuse, smoking and depression, factors that you can affect, can be contributing to it," explained lead researcher Dr. Scott
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Mar 25, 2015 17:00
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MUSTAIN: That Time Big Tobacco Hired a Sugar Researcher to Help Them Muddle the Science on Health

formed SRF in 1943 to fund research...11 years before the creation of the (TIRC)...In 1954, the TIRC hired SRF’s first scientific director, Robert Hockett...to help the tobacco industry learn key science manipulation tactics from the sugar industry.”
Scientific American blogs
added Mar 20, 2015 22:17
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[Denmark] High tobacco consumption lowers body weight: a Mendelian randomization study of the Copenhagen General Population Study

High tobacco consumption causes lower body weight among current smokers. However, smoking does not seem to affect body shape or fat distribution causally. The lack of association between CHRNA3 genotype and body weight among former smokers and never smoke
International Journal of Epidemiology
added Mar 18, 2015 09:00
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[Denmark] Genetic analysis of current smokers shows that high tobacco consumption lowers body weight

smokers who consume a high amount of tobacco are more likely to weigh less. Concern about gaining weight is one of the most common reasons that smokers give for not giving up the habit. Furthermore, previous research has shown that an increasing number o
Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Mar 18, 2015 08:58
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[UK] JEBB: Tobacco can show us the way to tackle our obesity disaster ($$)

If we are going to change eating habits, we have to wake up to the need for serious action
Times Of London (uk)
added Mar 18, 2015 08:36
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Smoking Cigarettes And Weight Loss: Higher Tobacco Consumption Leads To Lower Body Weight For Smokers

A recent study published in International Journal of Epidemiology has revealed a potential link between consuming large amounts of tobacco and lower body weight. "We found a clear disagreement between observational and genetic analyses," lead researcher
Medical Daily
added Mar 17, 2015 12:44
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BRITTON: Progress with the global tobacco epidemic

governments are too preoccupied with other demands...although the FCTC provides a framework and guidance for smoking prevention, without implementation it cannot succeed.
The Lancet (uk)
added Mar 13, 2015 11:19
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[UK] No, quitting smoking WON'T make you gain weight - and you will feel calmer:

experts warned common myths around quitting are simply not true. Research has shown smoking reduces the risk of dying from conditions like heart disease, lung cancer and chronic bronchitis. It can also lead to improved energy levels, whiter teeth and impr
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Mar 12, 2015 09:25
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Documents Detail Sugar Industry Efforts To Direct Medical Research

"What this shows is that sugar interests were running science manipulation in as sophisticated a manner as 'Big Tobacco' was back in the 50s and 60s," said Stanton Glantz, a professor at UCSF, coauthor of the study and longtime anti-tobacco advocate.
National Public Radio (NPR)
added Mar 11, 2015 15:00
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