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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 06:36
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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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Smoking lowers skin cancer risk

Men who had ever smoked had a significantly lower risk of melanoma (relative risk 0.72) compared to men who had never smoked, and current smokers had an even lower risk (0.52), according to the study involving 145,709 people pooled from two large nationa
6minutes.com.au (au)
added Oct 22, 2012 06:30
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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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[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.
PR Newswire
added Sep 29, 2012 16:30
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Smoking, Ink Color Affect Laser Tattoo Removal

New research finds that the success of laser tattoo removal may depend on some surprising things, such as whether the unwanted ink is on the skin of a smoker.
WebMD
added Sep 21, 2012 10:54
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Color, Size and Smoking Affect Tattoo Removal

The standard procedure for removing tattoos currently is treatment with a laser called a Q-switched laser, or QSL, applied over a number of sessions. But the technique can lose its effectiveness depending on certain variables, according to the study, pub
The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
added Sep 18, 2012 00:07
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Studies Show Limits, Promise of Laser Removal of Tattoos

Over the course of 10 treatment sessions, smokers faced a nearly 70 percent lower chance of achieving tattoo removal than nonsmokers, perhaps due to the complicated impact smoking has on a person's inflammatory and immune responses, the researchers sugge
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Sep 17, 2012 17:12
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Breast Attractiveness: 4 Things That May Affect The Way Your Boobs Look, According To Science (STUDY)

Smoking cigarettes also negatively impacts women's breasts over time, the study showed. Cigarettes decrease breasts' skin quality, breast projection (meaning the distance that one's breasts extend forward from the chest). Women who smoked cigarettes were
Huffington Post (blog)
added Sep 12, 2012 10:03
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