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Maternal Exposure To Crack Cocaine Produces Stressed Newborns
...debate over what happens to newborns whose mothers smoke
crack cocaine duringpregnancy. Its testing procedure was developed by the Brown researchers as partof an ongoing, long-term multisite study, sponsored by the NationalInstitutes of Health, of about 1,400 infants and children. Given that studiesof crac...
Higher Prices Won't Stop Teenage Smokers
...he sample -- 95 percent of whom had not started to smoke
in 1988 --the effect that price increases seemed to have on teen smoking disappeared. The researchers presented their findings at the American Economics Association annual meeting in Chicago in early January. The research was supported by the Bronf...
Nitrosamines Play Important Role In Cancer Linked To Smoking
...nitrosamines--found in unburned tobaccoand tobacco smoke
have been strongly linked to lung cancer formation...utedonly to tobacco. This is in contrast to other smoke
carcinogens such aspolyaromatic hydrocarbons, which occur in the diet and the general environment. O...
Health Risk To "Cigarette Babies" Is Neglected, Duke Scientist Charges
...ne of the major damaging constituents of cigarette smoke
to thefetus, said Slotkin. "Until now, alt...said Slotkin, "the sad truth is that mostwomen who smoke
don't quit during pregnancy." Although about half of smokingpregnant women report that they have qui...
Comprehensive Effort Needed To Prevent And Treat Traumatic Injuries
...roper use of infant car seats, bicyclehelmets, and smoke
detectors, and safe storage of firearms. To support thistype of community-level approach, the report says, state resources must bestrengthened. Every state health department should have an adequately staffedprogram of injury prevention to support t...
Perceived Risks Of Breast Cancer Are Vastly Overestimated
...t of other serious threats to life. For women who smoke
and live to age 75, for instance, the risk of dying of lung cancer is three times as great as dying of breast cancer. Contact: Dr John Bunker, Visiting Professor, Cancer Research Campaign and UCL Cancer Trials Centre, University College London Medica...
Smoking-Related Deaths On The Rise Among American, French Women
...ng to our data, the proportion of French women who smoke
wassignificantly higher than that of American women who smoke
(30.8 percent vs.26.3 percent), most of this difference being found among younger age groups,"King n...
Tobacco Will Kill One Third Of Chinese Men
...hors, is because the proportion of young women who smoke
is currently small. The study concludes that if current smoking patterns persist in China, then such projections cannot be substantially wrong. The research is a long-term collaboration between the Clinical Trial Service Unit, Oxford University, the...
Want To Eat Less Fat? Resolve To Read Food Labels
....Not surprisingly, the study found that people who smoke
are less likely to readlabels. However, even among the most motivated, health-conscious consumers, labelsappear to be of limited value when it comes to calculating "%DV," or "percentdaily value" for fat and other nutrients. "Percent daily value was s...
UB Oral Biologists Find Link Between Gum Disease And Passive Exposure To Tobacco Smoke
...edicine has shown that passive exposure to tobacco smoke
mayincrease the risk of developing gum detachment ...ase, but our study shows exposure to environmental smoke
also is important,"said Sara G. Grossi, D.D.S., UB senior research scientist and chief researcheron ...
Tobacco Control Is Global Challenge, WHO Director Says
...ng, through the example of smokers and through the smoke
to whichnon-smokers -- especially children -- are exposed. Our job is to immunize peopleagainst this epidemic," she said. To change the trends, Dr. Brundtland noted,"We need to get smokers to quit and non-smokers not to pick up the addictivehabit." ...
Children Of Smokers Suffer Negative Health Effects Later In Life
...o -- The negative effects of environmental tobacco smoke
on a childwho lives with parents who smoke
continue to linger long after that child hasleft home, a new Ohio State University study suggests. I...
ALA/ATS Meeting Explores Gender Differences In Smoking And Lung Transplant Outcomes And Heart Attack Risk From Asthma Medication
...ording their mood and smokingbehavior. The urge to smoke
was more strongly associated with anger, anxiety a... of sadness or fatigue were linked withthe urge to smoke
in men only. Smoking seemed to decrease feelings of anger inthose men who got angry more often, and...
Postpartum Help Needed To Keep Recent Mothers From Resuming Smoking Habit
...reast milk. Young children exposed to second-hand smoke
have more upperrespiratory infections. "S... toavoid temptation. Even if she hadn't wanted to smoke
again, she could findherself with cigarette in hand. Co-authors on the report are Susan Curry, with ...
Smoking and depression weaken immune system
Depressed persons who smoke
cigarettes may be at increased risk of cancerand other diseases, according to new research. The combination of depression and cigarette smoking contributes to increasedwhite blood cell count and a decline in the activity of natural killer cells(NK) t...
Controversy Over The Effects Of Passive Smoking
...e fogged by uncertainty Even second-hand cigarette smoke
is bad for your heart, a major study in The NewEng...rleans,nonsmokers exposed to environmental tobacco smoke
(ETS) face a 25 per centincreased risk of coronary heart disease. The dissenting editorial writer, J...
Men at highest risk least likely to comply with post-heart-attack exercise program, UB study finds
..., have high cholesterol andtriglyceride levels and smoke
tobacco. "The dropout rate in cardiac rehabilitation is a huge problem," saidJoan Dorn, Ph.D., assistant professor of social and preventive medicine in theUB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and lead author on the study. "Itis i...
Effects of nicotine influenced by housing and gender
...smoking. For example, women often report that they smoke
to cope with emotional andsocial situations and to...l process. "Much of our knowledge about why people smoke
and why it is so hard to quit hascome from nearly 50 years of animal work on smoking and nicotine. ...
Religious attendance linked to lower mortality in elderly
... ups and downsappear to be less inclined to drink, smoke
and engage in other destructivehealth habits. Even at baseline measurement in the current study, religiouselderly people were physically healthier and reported leading healthierlifestyles than less frequent attenders. But these factors were n...
Researchers seek postmenopausal women smokers for hormone, heart disease study
...rs have lookedat estrogen replacement in women who smoke
except in observational studies notconsidered definitive but which suggest smokers might benefit the most. For information about registering, call project nurse coordinator LindaAnderson at 919-966-2547. Cardiovascular disease incl...
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