Headlines Tagged with Inflammation/infections/immunity — 1,249 headlines found
Smokers in the United States are Two Times More Likely to Have Dental Problems than those Who Don't.
Jul 2, 2012 PR Worldwide, Inc.
added Jul 2, 2012 14:47
Women who smoke increase their risk of developing certain cancers of the blood, immune system, and bone marrow new research shows today (Friday).
Aug 10, 2012 Cancer Research UK (uk)
added Aug 12, 2012 18:30
Smoking can increase the effect of inflammation on X-ray damage in people with ankylosing spondylitis by as much as five times. And, the increase is as much as 13 times higher in men with the disease who smoke than women who don’t smoke, according to rese
Oct 26, 2013 Newswise
added Oct 26, 2013 19:47
Vapor from electronic cigarettes may increase young people's risk of respiratory infections, whether or not it contains nicotine, a new laboratory study has found. Lung tissue samples from deceased children appeared to suffer damage when exposed to e-cig
Jan 8, 2015 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jan 8, 2015 22:16
Today I learned that the financial rewards can be sizable. Dr. Barsky said he had earned over $3 million over the 20 years he has consulted ... Lung cancer is caused by lots of things. Sometimes there is no outside cause. You can only know if a cancer wa
Feb 17, 2014 Eye on the Trials (ASPQ) (ca)
added Feb 19, 2014 09:38
This case illustrates an acute inhalational lung injury occuring in a patient using ENDS. The temporal relationship between his use of ENDS and development of respiratory illness is compatible with acute hypersensitivity pneumonitis.
Oct 21, 2015 Chest
added Oct 21, 2015 12:06
Medical expert Dr. Marla Shapiro explains how smoking can increase a man’s odds of osteoporosis and why screening guidelines could change.
Mar 17, 2015 Canadian Television (CTV) (ca)
added Mar 17, 2015 15:02
Indoor cigarette smoke combines with air pollutants to form compounds that might cause cancer—and that can linger for decades. In addition to cancer, thirdhand smoke could be responsible for asthma attacks and allergic reactions.
Mar 20, 2014 National Geographic
added Mar 21, 2014 16:49
Traditionally, head and neck cancer patients were older men who smoke and drank heavily. The alcohol and tobacco damaged the cells in the throat, eventually leading to cancer. HPV-caused cancer is different. The men (and it’s still mostly men) who get
Jul 2, 2014 Forbes
added Jul 7, 2014 10:40
Upon cessation of e-cigarette use (known as vaping), the lung nodules disappeared, and the liver lesions regressed. Our case report suggests that vaping can induce an inflammatory reaction mimicking metastatic cancer.
Mar 14, 2016 Chest
added Mar 14, 2016 11:02