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Despite progress, smoking rates stay high for certain groups ATLANTA, Nov. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The cigarette smoking rate among adults in the U.S.
Smokers Who Used E-Cigarettes Daily for One Month Were Six Times More Likely to Quit, Survey Finds Boston, Mass.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is a statement of Matthew L.
New Nation-wide Initiative Aims to Support Community Colleges to Adopt 100% Smoke or Tobacco-Free Campus Policies WASHINGTON, Oct.
One of the biggest challenges a cancer patient faces, especially one suffering from lung cancer, is to quit smoking. Continuing to smoke can cause new mutations among cancer survivors. Many have turned to e-cigarettes, in addition to traditional cigarettes.
Smokers and Former Smokers Targeted in Effort to Reduce Lung Cancer Mortality; National Groups Recommend Screening for At-Risk Patients Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB)
Smoking rates have been falling due to rising public concern about the health risks of smoking, rising prices and anti-smoking campaigns.
With the ever-growing popularity of the e-cigarette, it may be possible that the 41,000 secondhand smoking-related illnesses and deaths could decrease; however, e-cigarettes are so new that there is not much research about them.
A study based on blood samples from more than 55,000 Danes conducted by the University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen University Hospital shows a direct correlation between smoking and mortality.
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