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[UK] Cinema aromas that can turn a film stinker into a movie success: Whiff of vanilla can make stars more attractive while energy drinks make car crashes more exciting

Tests show that menthol can trick the body into feeling cold...Smell is associated with memory, mate selection and our enjoyment of food, and there is a 'groundswell of interest' in its research.... He is collaborating with blu eCigs
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jul 4, 2015 14:08
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[Spain] Changes in use, knowledge, beliefs and attitudes relating to tobacco among nursing and physiotherapy students: a 10-year analysis

Active programmes should be implemented to encourage those university students who smoke to break this habit. The decline over the years in knowledge about smoking provided evidence of a significant deficit in undergraduate training.
Journal of Advanced Nursing (uk)
added Jul 3, 2015 14:56
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Cancer survivors who smoke perceive less risk from tobacco

report fewer negative opinions about smoking, have more barriers to quitting, and are around other smokers more often than survivors who had quit before or after their diagnosis, according to a new study appearing in Psycho-Oncology. The authors say these
EurekAlert
added Jul 3, 2015 14:23
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[UK] Tobacco harm reduction in people with serious mental illnesses

a strong ethical case exists for the provision of harm reduction advice as one of the options offered to smokers with serious mental illnesses. Such advice, if followed, will reduce the substantial harms that these people will be affected by if they cont
The Lancet (uk)
added Jul 1, 2015 16:27
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Effect of full flavor and denicotinized cigarettes exposure on the brain microvascular endothelium: a microarray-based gene expression study using a human immortalized BBB endothelial cell line

study provides a detailed analysis of Nrf2-related cytoprotective mechanisms activated in response to 3R4F and ULN-derived TS exposure correlating the results with their oxidative and inflammatory potential.
7thSpace Interactive (portal)
added Jun 22, 2015 17:17
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Pollution May Age the Brain

They used data recorded at monitoring sites on exposure to PM 2.5 — tiny particulate matter that easily penetrates the lungs. Each increase of 3.49 micrograms per cubic centimeter cumulative exposure to pollutants was associated with a 6.23 cubic centime
New York Times Blogs
added Jun 22, 2015 16:16
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Scientists helped smokers quit by giving them doses of a drug found in magic mushrooms

The most notable recent success came in a smoking-cessation program, a 15-week plan that features four sessions of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and three sessions of psilocybin doses. In CBT, psychologists ask smokers to reflect on their addiction
Quartz
added Jun 21, 2015 16:47
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[Norway, UK, USA] Sleeping pills TREBLE the risk of lung cancer: Common drugs including Xanax and Valium trigger 'worrying' rates of disease

Sleeping pills taken by millions of people across the world could treble the risk of lung cancer, alarming new research shows. The study warns that taking the drugs on a regular basis is linked to a higher rate of deadly tumours. Findings from nearly 30,0
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jun 21, 2015 15:10
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Americans Believe They Have The Power To Reduce Their Risk Of Cognitive Decline But Don't Know How To Make It Happen

A recent survey from Reader's Digest and the Alzheimer's Association shines new light...Only 62 percent of people realize that smoking affects their risk of cognitive decline. While studies show that smoking increases risk of cognitive decline, quitting
PR Newswire
added Jun 16, 2015 06:49
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Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice of Electronic Cigarette Use Among Pregnant Women.

Misconceptions about e-cigarettes are common among pregnant women, potentially motivating use that may pose risks to both maternal and child health. Screening and education regarding e-cigarettes should be included in prenatal care. Future research in th
Journal of Addiction Medicine
added Jun 12, 2015 22:58
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