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Study of Twins Shows How Smoking Ages the Face

Researchers from Case Western Reserve University in Ohio used the annual Twins Day Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio, to identify 79 pairs of twins in which one sibling smoked and the other didn't. The twins who were smokers showed many more signs of skin agi
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Oct 30, 2013 12:56
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[UK] ‘Ageing fears an incentive to quit smoking’

Instead, improving their appearance, performance in bed and ability to conceive are much better incentives to make addicts quit, according to new research. A British online quit smoking resource, quitfullstop.co.uk, polled 2 000 of its members (an even
Independent Online (IOL) / The Post (za)
added Mar 27, 2013 09:59
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Smoking Might Raise Your Odds for Skin Cancer

Review of data finds higher risk for squamous cell carcinomas
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jun 22, 2012 15:02
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Study suggests link between smoking, increased risk of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma

EurekAlert
added Jun 18, 2012 22:37
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[Canada] Plastic surgery helps people quit smoking: Study reveals 25% of patients drop cigarettes after they are forced to abstain for their nip-and-tuck

new research published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery shows that stint of abstinence leads 25 percent of patients to quit smoking altogether. Beyond that, 40 percent of patients in the study went from smoking daily to smoking occasionally, and 70
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 4, 2017 20:01
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Electronic Cigarettes Are as Toxic to Skin Flap Survival as Tobacco Cigarettes.

Both the medium-content and high-nicotine content e-cigarette exposure groups had similar amounts of flap necrosis and hypoxia when compared with the tobacco cigarette exposure group. Nicotine-containing e-cigarette vapor is similarly toxic to skin flap
Annals of Plastic Surgery
added Mar 15, 2017 15:44
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E-cigarettes could be toxic to the mouth: Vaping 'kills cells in the oral cavity - raising the risk of disease'

e-cigarettes contain toxic substances and nanoparticles that could kill the top layer of skin cells in the oral cavity - behind teeth and gums. Scientists from UCLA, who was conducted the investigations on cultured cells, believe the same results could h
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jun 29, 2016 14:20
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E-cigarettes could be toxic to the mouth: Vaping 'kills cells in the oral cavity - raising the risk of disease'

e-cigarettes contain toxic substances and nanoparticles that could kill the top layer of skin cells in the oral cavity - behind teeth and gums. Scientists from UCLA, who was conducted the investigations on cultured cells, believe the same results could h
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jun 28, 2016 20:16
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The best of enemies: They've been arch rivals through 25 years of scandal, wild partying and dodgy boyfriends. So who has survived best, Kate or Naomi?

While smoking, too much sun, and a party-hard lifestyle have left Kate with wrinkles, her friend Naomi - gallingly three years her senior - has barely aged a day. Kate has a distinctive ‘pack-a-day pout’, her full lips lined by wrinkles due to smoking
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Apr 20, 2016 13:04
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THOMAS: Marijuana May Be Good For Your Skin, But Smoking Is Not — That's Where Vapes Come In

Vaporizers, on the other hand, create no smoke at all, thus eliminating these concerns. They work by heating up herbs, cannabis or tobacco without creating combustion. Therefore you "sip" on the vapor of the boiled essential oils and experience a similar
Mic
added Mar 18, 2016 18:12
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