Headlines Tagged with Women — 6,338 headlines found
Gender differences in negative affect during acute tobacco abstinence differ between African American and White adult cigarette smokers
negative affect during acute tobacco abstinence may be a clinically important and intervenable factor that can inform cessation interventions specifically for Non-Hispanic White women smokers. Further empirical exploration of mechanisms underlying interac
Jun 15, 2018 Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jun 17, 2018 08:25
The Effect of Secondary Cigarette Smoke from Household Members on Breastfeeding Duration: A Prospective Cohort Study
Conclusion: Mothers who were exposed to two or more smokers in the household had a significantly shorter duration of any breastfeeding at 12-month follow-up.
Jun 14, 2018 Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking (uk)
added Jun 29, 2018 01:22
Prenatal exposures and birth indices, and subsequent risk of polycystic ovary syndrome: a national registry‐based cohort study
Conclusions Maternal smoking and increased BMI appear to increase the risk of PCOS in offspring. The association between SGA and the development of PCOS appears to be mediated by maternal factors.
Jun 12, 2018 BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
added Jul 8, 2018 15:23
. In Framingham, as is the case for the nation as a whole, risks for heart disease have begun to decline. Rates of cigarette smoking have declined and are really quite low at about 10% to 13% of Framingham participants in the third generation.
Jun 12, 2018 JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association
added Jun 14, 2018 12:29
[Canada] Teenage girls who are dieting are more likely to binge on alcohol and cigarettes, new study finds
A study found that trying to lose weight led to a range of harmful behaviours, including skipping meals, which researchers suggest is linked to poor body image. The team at the University of Waterloo in Canada examined data from more than 3,300 high sch
Jun 11, 2018 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jun 11, 2018 01:16
The researchers found that white and Hispanic women born since the mid-1960s have higher rates of lung cancer than men in that age group. “While prevalence of smoking among men and women has converged over the past several decades, smoking prevalence am
Jun 7, 2018 Healthline Networks
added Jun 8, 2018 13:31
[Japan, UK] Children who were exposed to cigarettes in the womb and as babies are more than twice as likely to be DEAF, finds study
Three-year-olds whose mothers smoked during their pregnancies and who were exposed to cigarettes during the first four months of their lives, are 2.4 times more likely to suffer hearing impairment, a Japanese study found.
Jun 6, 2018 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jun 8, 2018 13:30
[Asia-pacific, Korea - South] Lung cancer incidence rate suggests more women smoking than official count
On the assumption that there are no genetic conditions at play in the occurrence of lung cancer, given the incidence rate, the smoking rate for women is probably more like 17.3 percent, the report said. The official smoking rate for women rose from 5.3
Jun 4, 2018 Korea Herald (kr)
added Jun 4, 2018 21:49
The data is reckoned by the Vietnam Tobacco Control Fund under the Ministry of Health. According to the Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS), conducted by the ministry and the General Statistics Office in 2015, 53.5
May 31, 2018 Viet Nam News (vn)
added Jun 6, 2018 01:41
This was what Professor Mihail Okolyyski from the office of the world organization in Bulgaria said. He said that in this region 28% of the adult population smoke and he also pointed out that people who smoke have a higher risk of getting a heart attack.
May 31, 2018 Novinite.com (bg)
added Jun 2, 2018 00:03