Headlines Tagged with Skin — 308 headlines found
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.
Sep 30, 2013 Daily Star (uk)
added Oct 1, 2013 07:27
over the years the effects of smoking have started to show on King Khan’s face – the wrinkles, the yellow finger tips, the crow’s feet, the dark circles and many more are visible. There’s no denying the fact that Salman and Aamir who belong to the same ag
Sep 26, 2013 Daily Bhaskar (in)
added Sep 26, 2013 05:38
[UK] How anti-smoking campaigns should focus on money-saving and health improvements from quitting rather than negatives
The Wellcome Trust research suggests that young people have greater difficulty in learning from bad news to interpret their risk of future events, which might explain why they often do not respond to warnings. Yellow teeth: A government 'Smoking damages
Sep 9, 2013 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 11, 2013 10:47
Cheryl Cole: I like drinking red wine and having the occasional cigarette - being perfect is unrealistic - now
‘[I like] drinking red wine. And I do like the occasional cigarette,' says Cheryl, 30. ‘It's bad, I'm aware of that. I put on extra serum. Alcohol is dehydrating for the skin.
Aug 24, 2013 NOW Magazine (uk)
added Aug 26, 2013 13:37
Hayeon Song, an assistant professor... developed a video game that showed social smokers what they might look like after 20 years of smoking. ... “the message is not as effective as if you see the impact on your own aged face. That’s much more powerful.
Jul 4, 2013 Milwaukee (WI) Courier
added Jul 6, 2013 13:03
* Graphic images of disease on cigarette packets are not always as effective as those highlighting how cigarettes can make you less attractive * Experts hope findings will create more efficient anti-smoking packaging
Jun 25, 2013 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jun 27, 2013 01:00
A new study has found that female smokers are more concerned about wrinkles, and male smokers about their sexual stamina, than they are about developing cancer.
Jun 25, 2013 Medical Daily
added Jun 26, 2013 06:54
Tanning beds, organ transplants and smoking among additional risk factors
Jun 21, 2013 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jun 24, 2013 13:11
Hayeon Song, an assistant professor of communication at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM), who developed a video game that showed social smokers what they might look like after 20 years of smoking.
Jun 19, 2013 ScienceDaily
added Jun 22, 2013 17:04
The smokers who viewed their own future face affected by the negative consequences of smoking in the video game had more negative attitudes toward social smoking and were more interested in quitting than those who didn’t see what the future would look li
Jun 19, 2013 Newswise
added Jun 19, 2013 16:48