Headlines Tagged with Greece — 506 headlines found
[Greece, UK] Electronic cigarettes 'could damage your lungs' as they cause less oxygen to be absorbed by the blood
The devices were found to cause an immediate rise in airway resistance in the lungs - meaning less oxygen is absorbed by the blood. On average the effect lasted for ten minutes, a report presented at the European Respiratory Society's Annual Congress in
Sep 3, 2012 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 4, 2012 12:25
The sale of contraband cigarettes in Greece has grown considerably, estimated at some 3.5 billion euros per year for 2010 and 2011, an amount which corresponds to about 15 percent of the legal market, according to Spyros Flengas, the head of the Associat
Sep 2, 2012 Kathimerini (gr)
added Sep 2, 2012 16:38
New research has shown that despite electronic cigarettes being marketed as a potentially safer alternative to normal cigarettes, they are still causing harm to the lungs.
Sep 2, 2012 ScienceDaily
added Sep 2, 2012 14:05
E-cigarettes, electronic tubes that simulate the effect of smoking by producing nicotine vapor, caused an immediate increase in airway resistance, lasting for 10 minutes, making it harder for participants to breathe, researchers from the University of At
Sep 2, 2012 Business Week/Bloomberg
added Sep 2, 2012 13:08
The researchers found that smoking one tobacco cigarette led to significant acute myocardial dysfunction but electronic cigarettes had no acute adverse effects on cardiac function. Smoking a tobacco cigarette had important hemodynamic consequences
Aug 25, 2012 AlphaGalileo Foundation (uk)
added Aug 25, 2012 11:51
* Popular option among smokers trying to quit * "Safer alternative to tobacco cigarettes" - researcher * Bigger studies needed to examine long-term effects
Aug 25, 2012 AlertNet ( Thomson Reuters Foundation) (uk)
added Aug 25, 2012 11:50
Average dependence, a past free of addictive substance abuse and a better environment of daily living for certain prisoners (as far as the number of cellmates was concerned) had a catalytic impact on prisoners finally managed to quit smoking.
Jul 7, 2012 BioMed Central (uk)
added Jul 13, 2012 05:34
The aim of the study was, despite the special characteristics of prisons, to identify the features which led prisoners who attended the Smoking Cessation Centre at the Kassavetia Detention Centre in Volos (region of Thessaly, in the central part of mainl
Jul 7, 2012 7thSpace Interactive (portal)
added Jul 8, 2012 21:50
The majority of the cigarettes arrived from Greece in freight packages labelled as car parts.
Jun 29, 2012 Irish Examiner (ie)
added Jul 2, 2012 10:56
The Mail’s story was based on a small study of predominantly Greek families, whose lifestyle and genetic make-up were analysed to detect whether parental smoking before and during pregnancy led to DNA damage in their newborn babies.
Jun 25, 2012 National Health Service (NHS) (uk)
added Jun 26, 2012 16:31