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Smoking Women at Higher Risk for Bleeding Brains

(HealthDay News) — Strokes characterized by bleeding inside the lining of the brain are more common among smokers, especially women, researchers report. These serious strokes — called subarachnoid hemorrhages — are eight times more common among women who smoke more … Continue reading

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E-cigarettes release cancer causing chemicals

Vapor from electronic cigarettes contains two previously undiscovered cancer-causing chemicals, according to a new study. Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found propylene glycol, an eye and respiratory irritant, and glycerin, a skin, eye and respiratory irritant, among 29 … Continue reading

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E-Cigarette Calls to Poison Control Centers Increase for Children

The growing popularity of e-cigarettes has had an unintended consequence, with more young children swallowing or being exposed to the liquid nicotine that can be contained within the devices, according to a new study. Exposures among children under the age … Continue reading

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Do You Know What Chemicals Your Exhaling from Smoking?

There are some 4,800 chemicals in cigarette smoke, many of which are carcinogens — yet the majority of people who smoke don’t realize what they’re inhaling. A new study published in the journal BMC Public Health argues that making information … Continue reading

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E-Cigarettes Can Cause Potential Burns

LONGBOAT KEY (FOX 13) – A Manatee County man was left burned and blistered after his shorts caught on fire. It’s all because the battery in his e-cigarette exploded while he was carrying it in his pocket.2 Matthew Betancourt was … Continue reading

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E-cigarette cancer risk 5 to 15 times higher than that of tobacco smoking risk?

While the levels of toxic chemicals in e-cigarettes are much lower than tobacco, chemicals are still present, so inhaling still exposes your delicate tissues, organs, cells and immune system to toxic damage.2 One of these chemicals is formaldehyde, known to … Continue reading

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Smoking causes cell mutations – but hypnosis can help you stop

Every 15 cigarettes smoked causes a mutation. Cancer is a mutation or deterioration of the cells. Stop smoking now! It’s easier than you think. Our quit smoking hypnosis program has a scientifically proven success rate of 96.3%, plus a lifetime … Continue reading

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Still more e-cigarette health risks

FLAVORED E-CIGARETTES CAN HARM YOUR AIRWAYS www.flickr.com After many campaigns of awareness against the harm tobacco can do to your health causing among many other problems, even lung cancer, many people tried to find healthier alternatives to traditional cigarettes. Quitting … Continue reading

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Lose Weight Avoiding Chemicals More Important Than Counting Calories

The days of the “energy balance”, or consuming more calories than are expended, are over. Researchers are slowly unraveling why we still are gaining weight despite all of our efforts to count calories. To their surprise, calories are not the … Continue reading

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Deadly Secondhand Smoke Still Effects 1 out of 4 People Non-smokers

Exposure to secondhand smoke in the US has dropped by half between 1999 and 2012. However, 1 in 4 nonsmokers are still exposed to deadly secondhand smoke, according to a new study. The report from the Centers for Disease Control … Continue reading

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