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[UK] How coffee could give you mouth ulcers: From heart pills to blueberries, the surprising causes of those painful sores

some people develop ulcers in the days or weeks after they give up. 'One theory is that smoking hardens the lining of the mouth, which increases its resistance to physical damage,' says Professor Porter. 'When you give up, this resistance goes down, so yo
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Nov 24, 2015 15:50
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[Korea - South] Secondhand smoke exposure in womb linked to eczema in childhood

Elementary school children exposed to smoke in the womb were 50 percent more likely to have any history of atopic dermatitis than unexposed kids, scientists in South Korea found using blood tests and questionnaires about prenatal smoke exposure. Atopic d
Science News Online
added Mar 1, 2015 09:30
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[UK] Giving up smoking destroyed my boobs, claims lorry driver, 46, who gained a stone after quitting 30-a-day habit and then shed the weight

she decided to give up smoking for health reasons / Ended up gaining 1st and a dress size due to snacking instead of smoking / After losing the weight, says her bust looked 'saggy and deflated' / Used money saved by quitting to pay for £4k boob op and go
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jan 26, 2015 21:12
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[UK] Heavy Drinking, Smoking And Overeating Are Blamed For Sharp Rise In Liver And Skin Cancer

"We know that more than four in 10 cancers can be prevented through changes to our lifestyle, and smoking causes nearly a fifth of all cancers. So it's vital to reduce smoking rates and so we're urging the Government to introduce plain, standardised toba
Huffington Post (blog)
added Jun 20, 2014 05:44
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The lesser known harmful effects of smoking

Smoking has some wicked effects on skin. Because of a decrease in blood flow and damage to collagen and elastin, it causes premature wrinkles, not only on the face but other areas of the body. It causes a decrease in wound healing and an increase in post
Orange County (CA) Register
added Nov 22, 2012 12:33
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Smoking Raises Risk Of Squamous Cell Carcinoma Of The Skin In Women

Regular female smokers have a threefold higher risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma of the skin, researchers from Moffitt Cancer Center reported in Cancer Causes and Control. The authors said they found a slight increase in risk among regular male
Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Oct 23, 2012 18:26
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Smoking and risk of skin cancer: a prospective analysis and a meta-analysis

Conclusions Smoking was inversely associated with melanoma risk, especially on the head and neck. Further studies are warranted to investigate the underlying mechanism(s).
International Journal of Epidemiology
added Oct 22, 2012 06:33
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[UK] Staffordshire University Tests New Quit Smoking Method

Scientists at Staffordshire University have found a cunning way to help young women stop smoking: by showing them a picture of what they would look like a 72 year old smoker.
Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Oct 3, 2012 07:02
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[Denmark] Face It: Drinking, Smoking Takes Toll on Looks

The research tracked more than 11,500 Danish adults, aged 21 to 93, for an average of nearly 12 years. Women consumed, on average, 2.6 alcoholic drinks a week, and men consumed 11.4 drinks a week. Smokers included 57 percent of the women and 67 percent o
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Nov 17, 2017 20:18
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[UK] STOPPARD: Third-hand smoke is a silent killer that can be absorbed through the skin

To be honest, I’ve always been worried about the health hazards of this even though I didn’t know it had a name. My concern made me reluctant to let smokers hold my babies even though they refrained from smoking in my house. Tests for its effects have
The Mirror (uk)
added Oct 27, 2017 16:50
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