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Study Suggests Link Between Smoking, Increased Risk of Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Smoking appears to be associated with an increased risk of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma skin cancer, according to a report of a meta-analysis and review of available medical literature published Online First by Archives of Dermatology
JAMA/Archives Media Relations
added Jun 19, 2012 04:59
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Smokers Have Higher Squamous Cell Skin Ca Risk

Smokers have a more than 50% increase in risk for squamous cell carcinoma of the skin, and the risk remained elevated, even among those who'd kicked the habit, researchers found.
MedPage Today
added Jun 18, 2012 22:32
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[UK] How Kate Moss is proof you end up with the face you deserve: Model's years of smoking, drinking and sunbathing had to take their toll, say experts

her ever so slightly lop-sided grin is also part of her ‘ineffable cool’. However, it seems that years of smoking have definitely turned down the voltage on her smile... Kate’s hair is also likely to have been hammered by smoking, adds Iain. ‘Smoking decr
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 25, 2015 08:17
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[Uae: Dubai] Anti-smoking campaign targets young users

Medical specialists highlighted the adverse effects of smoking on the skin, heart, gastrointestinal tract and bones during an anti-smoking campaign at the American College of Dubai.
Gulf News (ae)
added Apr 21, 2013 13:01
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We all know smoking is bad for our health but these pictures PROVE it's also bad for your looks! Compare the twin that smokes with the one that doesn't if you don't believe us

The most significant impact was on the lower two-thirds of a person's face where smoking had caused greater wrinkling of the lips and sagging jowls. The twin on the right is a smoker; the twin on the left is a nonsmoker. Note greater creases around the
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Oct 31, 2013 14:15
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[UK] Too scared to give up? Terrifying masks show how smoking is ruining your health and looks

The terrifying faux faces are being donned by actors to show the effects that smoking has on your health. HealthExpress, the online health clinic, made the super-realistic moulds based on the warnings that come on cigarette packets.
Daily Star (uk)
added Oct 1, 2013 07:27
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[UK] Horrifying graphics reveal how smoking REALLY affects the body, from stomach ulcers and acne to infertility and problems in the bedroom...

online clinic HealthExpress.co.uk has created an online tool which shows the grim effects of smoking on the body. From yellow skin and brittle nails to bowel disease and blocked blood vessels in the legs, the images reveal the ghastly result of an addicti
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Oct 16, 2015 07:59
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[Australia] Your Future is Not Pretty: Why young women should give up smoking for good

Rachael Finch before her 'Your Future is Not Pretty' make-under.Rachael Finch signed on to the 'Your Future is Not Pretty' campaign, to see what she’d look like if she was a smoker. Source: Supplied
Perth (WA) Sunday Times (au)
added May 30, 2014 06:22
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[Australia] Can you tell a smoker by their skin?

The latest study has taken this research a step further, finding that smoking specifically leads to sagging of the upper eyelids and chin, bags under the eyes and more wrinkles and lines on the face and lips. The study, by researchers at the department
Sydney Morning Herald (au)
added Jan 21, 2014 07:53
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[Asia, Korea - South] In South Korea, skin aging might be the scariest damage of cigarette smoking

On Mar. 1, a collaborative team of industry representatives and academics at Sogang University released the results of a survey it conducted last year on cigarette warning images in South Korea at the request of the Korea Health Promotion Foundation.
The Hankyoreh (kr)
added Mar 2, 2015 09:29
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