Headlines Tagged with Sex/Fertility — 841 headlines found
Drinking, smoking, carousing; living life to the max rather than in the tedious pursuit of longevity. It’s a fine approach to take – until the health implications whack you squarely in the jaw. Or a more sensitive region.
Aug 4, 2017 Sydney Morning Herald (au)
added Aug 5, 2017 22:36
Researchers followed more than 65,000 women, average age 68, participating in a larger health study. ...Gum disease was associated with an overall 14 percent increased risk for cancer, and a 12 percent increase even in women who never smoked.
Aug 2, 2017 New York Times
added Aug 3, 2017 01:00
Postmenopausal women who have a history of gum disease may also have an increased risk of certain types of cancers such as cancer of the oesophagus and the gallbladder... The women with gum disease were also more likely to report having a history of smoki
Aug 1, 2017 WebMD
added Aug 1, 2017 22:05
Certain cancers, such as breast cancer, lung cancer, and gallbladder cancer, were associated with higher risk in smokers with periodontal disease. Others, such as melanoma, were associated with higher risk in women who had never smoked but did have perio
Aug 1, 2017 Reuters
added Aug 1, 2017 22:05
A new study links gum disease with an increased risk of several types of cancer in postmenopausal women, even in women who never smoked... Breast cancer, lung cancer and gallbladder cancer were linked with higher risk among women who smoked and had gum di
Aug 1, 2017 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Aug 1, 2017 16:28
A survey conducted by Halo Cigs, an e-cigarette and vape kit retailer, found that two out of three non-smoking women will swipe left on a smoker. As of 2015, 15 percent of Americans still smoke, but that number is a considerable drop from years past. H
Jul 17, 2017 Metro International
added Jul 19, 2017 17:17
[UK-Scotland] Effects of maternal smoking on offspring reproductive outcomes: an intergenerational study in the North East of Scotland [FREE FULL TEXT]
STUDY QUESTION How does exposure to cigarette smoke in utero influence women's reproductive outcomes? SUMMARY ANSWER Women exposed to cigarette smoke in utero were more likely to have a pregnancy and more likely to experience miscarriage.
Jul 12, 2017 Human Reproduction Open (HROpen) (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology)
added Jul 14, 2017 11:22
Women exposed to cigarette smoke while in their mothers' wombs are more likely to experience miscarriage as adults, according to a study. University of Aberdeen researchers found the link remained even after taking account of the smoking habits of the wo
Jul 13, 2017 BBC Online
added Jul 14, 2017 11:17
On a recent afternoon, a visitor from northern China took a smoke break outside the Beijing Perfect Family Hospital. Cigarettes were one reason he had come to the capital: he reckons his nicotine habit played a part in damaging his fertility.
Jul 12, 2017 Bloomberg News
added Jul 14, 2017 09:21
[UK] Don't smoke during pregnancy if you want grandchildren: Daughters of cigarette-toting mothers are more likely to miscarry
Girls exposed to tobacco while still growing in the womb are more likely to have a miscarriage, new research suggests. The damaging effects of cigarettes in utero also heightens their chance of going on to give birth prematurely. Worryingly, the findi
Jul 13, 2017 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jul 14, 2017 03:39