Headlines Tagged with Genes — 1,699 headlines found
Adults with a high risk of heavy smoking and nicotine dependence smoke longer and have more trouble quitting than others, a new study says.
Jun 19, 2012 American Medical News
added Jun 19, 2012 17:07
May 2, 2012 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 2, 2012 09:24
"We found that aldehydes in tobacco smoke are the major driving forces in inducing DNA damage and inhibiting DNA repair, the two major forces that cause cancer," a coauthor said in a statement.
Jul 27, 2018 Drugs.com
added Jul 29, 2018 22:42
The findings might indicate that extra body fat influences the likelihood of taking up smoking and how heavily a person smokes, or that the urges to overeat and to smoke may share some genetic origins, the authors note in The BMJ.
May 30, 2018 Reuters
added May 30, 2018 20:28
The new understanding about FMO3, an enzyme that metabolizes nicotine in the brain, could someday allow researchers to tailor tobacco cessation treatments to individual patients or develop new drugs to target the enzyme. “The research clearly suggests t
Sep 4, 2017 Wisconsin Dells Events
added Sep 4, 2017 12:12
New laboratory data reveal that vapour from a novel hybrid tobacco heating product (THP) iFuse and two standard THPs produced little or no effect on human cells in biological testing. ‘Our results suggest that these standard THPs and our novel hybrid pr
Jun 5, 2017 Science Magazine
added Jun 5, 2017 14:19
Rice University researchers found that smoking was the reason why a 20-something woman had anemia, but her father, who is a smoker, did not.... “He may never be an athlete because his blood can’t carry as much oxygen, but smoking has prevented him from b
Feb 17, 2017 New York Post
added Feb 17, 2017 04:29
illuminates a new way that tobacco smoke may promote the development of lung cancer: inhibiting a DNA repair process called nucleotide excision repair (NER)... Many components of tobacco smoke are carcinogens that can damage DNA. This damage must be remov
Oct 17, 2016 Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Oct 17, 2016 19:01
show that exposure to volatile chemicals from the devices disrupts the activity of thousands of genes in the developing frontal cortex, the brain region responsible for higher mental functions.
Feb 12, 2016 Press Association (uk)
added Feb 12, 2016 15:57
This study represents the first comprehensive animal model of maternal smoking on male offspring reproductive function, suggesting that exposure during the gestational/weaning period causes long-term defects in male offspring fertility. This is due to a c
Sep 30, 2014 Human Reproduction
added Oct 1, 2014 07:19