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Employment prospects good for most cancer survivors -- but not all

...ur years was 84 percent. One worker out of eight quit work because of cancer within four years of being diagnosed, with women more likely to quit than men. The highest rates of quitting were among those with blood, central nervous system and hea...

Mailman School of Public Health receives Manhattan Tobacco Cessation Center grant

...ively identifying and treating smokers who wish to quit throughout NewYork-Presbyterian and Manhattan." Co...rials and information on pharmacotherapy, smokers' quit lines, and other cessation resources; Implements referral systems for other on-site and community ...

Antiretroviral therapy may prevent excess risk of some cancers in people with HIV

... on ways to encourage persons infected with HIV to quit smoking would be effective in reducing lung cancer in these persons." In an editorial, Eric A. Engels, M.D., and James J. Goedert, M.D., of the National Cancer Institute, revisit the history of the AIDS epidemic and how the knowledge of cancer and im...

Community care tops medical care at preventing heart disease in black Americans

...ent with her physician. If that patient wanted to quit smoking, her physician would mail out information ... blood pressure, given one-on-one advice on how to quit smoking, and received follow-up calls from a nurse practitioner or community health worker. All pa...

Teen athletes continue tobacco use, despite severe consequences

...coaches were willing to get training to help youth quit using smokeless tobacco, compared with 75% of Caucasian coaches. The researchers concluded that: tobacco use is a marker for other poor oral health behavior (e.g., alcohol use) that may increase students' risk of developing oral lesions, and oral hea...

Study examines consequences of Thailand's 'war on drugs'

...mpaign began. However, nearly a third of those who quit heroin said they switched to using methamphetamine...eventy-eight percent of rural drug users said they quit injecting drugs compared to 55 percent of urban users. Despite the strictness of the policy, 85 perc...

Parents who quit smoking may influence their offspring to quit as young adults

...n Cancer Research Center suggests that parents who quit smoking when their children are young may have a big influence on whether their offspring will quit smoking as young adults. "We found that parents quitting smoking early, before their children reach ...

Inpatient smoking cessation counseling is associated with early differences in mortality

... better short-term survival. Counseling smokers to quit reduced their chances of dying in the first 30 day... for risk reduction in those patients unwilling to quit for good would be to recommend, at a minimum, to maintain the in-hospital mandated smoking deprivati...

Insurance incentives might help smokers quit, study says

... cost of smoking-cessation treatments can increase quit rates, compared to benefit plans that pick up only... benefits were one-and-a-half times more likely to quit successfully and nearly one-and-a-half times more likely to try quitting than those receiving no ben...

Brain activity of men and women during hostile or impulsive acts differs less on nicotine

...the nicotine patch or gum therapies when trying to quit smoking." To better understand how nicotine impacts brain activity, Potkin and Fallon tested the behavior of smokers and non-smokers when subjected to different tests. For example, during one experiment, researchers had participants play a "hostilit...

Feb. 15, 2005, Annals of Internal Medicine tip sheet

...are even though only 21.7 percent of them actually quit smoking (Article, p. 233). The annual death rates ...l care group. The annual death rates for those who quit smoking were 6.0 per 1000 patients compared with 11.0 per 1000 in those who did not quit smoking (46...

14-year study finds that quitting smoking adds years to life

...re, even though only 21.7 percent of them actually quit smoking. The annual death rates were 8.8 per 1000 ...oup. The annual death rates for those who actually quit was even more positive: 6.0 per 1000 patients compared with 11.0 per 1000 in those who did not quit ...

Bone density returns when teens stop using Depo Provera, Group Health study finds

...hat users experienced significant gains after they quit using the drug. This provides evidence "that the l...rage amount of bone gained in a year for women who quit using Depo-Provera was 1.34 percent at the hip, compared to a slight loss of 0.19 for women who were...

Smoking causes cognitive impairment in adolescents

...ents. They also show adolescents who are trying to quit smoking may need additional educational support," Jacobsen said....

Secondhand smoke linked to cervical cancer

...piece of evidence that should encourage smokers to quit and warn non-smokers who live with smokers to decrease their secondhand smoke exposure. Exposure to secondhand smoke can be reduced, and taking steps to reduce exposure may help to prevent cervical cancer," said Dr. Alberg....

Stanford study shows hypnosis helps kids undergoing difficult procedure

...eports suggest that hypnosis can make it easier to quit smoking, reduce the pain of cancer and giving birth and help reduce the stress of medical procedures, but reviews of the literature call for better-designed, randomized studies that place such uses of hypnosis squarely in the domain of evidence-based...

Free nicotine patches increase short-term smoking quit rates

...t. However, the study authors found that long-term quit rates were not affected by giving away patches at ...and Prevention in Washington County. They compared quit rates and abstinence from smoking before and after free nicotine patches were offered to smokers who...

Chemoprevention backgrounder: Working for a future of cancer chemoprevention

...he 45 million people in the United States who have quit smoking have reduced their risk of developing lung cancer, the genetic damage caused by smoking does not entirely disappear, M. D. Anderson researchers say. Half of all newly-diagnosed lung cancers occur in former smokers, and so investigators are tr...

Burning anxiety: New treatment targets smokers with panic disorder

Not everyone who tries to quit the habit on the Great American Smokeout Nov. 18 w...0 percent of smokers in the general population who quit on their own and up to 85 percent who attend traditional treatment programs relapse within a year. ...

Antidepressant may help people stop smoking when used with nicotine patch

... medications have been effective in helping people quit smoking. Allan V. Prochazka, M.D., M.Sc., from the...ed the efficacy of nortriptyline in helping people quit smoking cigarettes. Study participants, aged 18 to 65 years, were randomly assigned to one of two gr...

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