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[UK] LETTER: Women who gave Bristol a university

The profits made from tobacco workers benefited upper-middle-class students, says Jane Nation... Peter Malpass (Letters, 3 April) is right to highlight the fact that WD & HO Wills recruited many Bristolian women and girls to work in their Bedminster fact
The Guardian (uk)
added Apr 12, 2018 20:10
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[Asia, India] NGO: 40 percent of women lung cancer patients in Goa non-smokers w/Photo

Almost 40 per cent of women in Goa who have lung cancer do not smoke themselves, which means it is likely that they are victims of `passive smoking', an anti-tobacco NGO has said. The National Organisation for Tobacco Eradication (NOTE) said yesterday th
Mid-day.com (in)
added Apr 8, 2018 17:43
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[UK] Men twice as likely to develop oral cancer

According to the latest data released by Cancer Research UK around 5,300 men are diagnosed with oral cancer every year in the UK compared to around 2,500 women. The data also reveals oral cancer is more often diagnosed in men at a younger age compared w
Healthcare Learning: Smile-on (uk)
added Apr 9, 2018 14:48
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[UK] LETTER: Continuing impact of slavery past and present

The money that paid for the Wills Memorial Building, and much else in Bristol, was actually generated by the exploitation of the labour of British workers, mostly women and girls, in the Bedminster factories, built after 1886. The Wills family have more
The Guardian (uk)
added Apr 17, 2018 18:54
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Lung Cancer Death Declines Among Women Show Regional Differences Progress has lagged in Appalachia and parts of the Midwest

MedPage Today
added Apr 4, 2018 16:56
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Pre- and postnatal tobacco and cannabis exposure and child behavior problems: Bidirectional associations, joint effects, and sex differences

Results add to the literature on joint effects of tobacco and cannabis, highlight the importance of considering bidirectional associations between maternal substance use and child behavior problems, and indicate generally stronger prenatal tobacco exposu
Drug and Alcohol Dependence
added Apr 5, 2018 03:45
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More Women Die of Lung Cancer in 2 U.S. 'Hot Spots'

The first cluster or "hot spot" comprises 669 counties in Appalachia and the Midwest, and the second is 81 counties in the northern Midwest, according to the analysis of U.S. National Cancer Institute data. Nationwide, the rate of lung cancer death amon
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Mar 31, 2018 20:26
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Lung Cancer Death Declines Among Women Show Regional Differences

mortality reductions have lagged in areas where smoking rates have remained high...identified central Appalachia and specific parts of the Midwest as lung cancer "hot spots" that could most benefit from targeted tobacco-control programs. It is no coincid
MedPage Today
added Mar 31, 2018 14:18
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Response to the Letter: Methodological Concerns About a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Maternal Active Smoking during Pregnancy and Low Birth Weight

In conclusion, we appreciate the interest of Dr. Zheng and Dr. Li in our study. It gave us the opportunity to clarify some issues that probably were not as clear as they should be.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Mar 31, 2018 14:11
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Smoking While Pregnant Could Harm Child's Breathing

dren born to mothers who smoked during pregnancy are apt to have breathing issues in childhood and beyond, a new study has found. The finding comes from the analysis of data on more than 2,000 U.S. children, ages 6 to 11. Nearly 10 percent of the childre
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Mar 28, 2018 04:40
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