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One...just one cigarette can spoil the heart function.

...es were noted in the second group, before or after chewing nicotine gum. In conclusion, immediately after smoking a single cigarette, LV diastolic function, as measured by Doppler echo, significantly worsens....

Tobacco chewing leads to dental caries

...ded tobacco. The study revealed that men who use chewing tobacco exclusively were four times more likely th... filled root surface. On average, the men who used chewing tobacco exclusively had 4.45 decayed or filled root surfaces more than any other tobacco-use group a...

Chew to improve memory

... Tyne, are working on two theories. One is that chewing raises the heart beat, which causes more oxygen an...s. Prior to undergoing the 25-minute test, the two chewing groups spent three minutes working their real or imaginary gum around their mouths. The tests compri...

Pen-nibbling addiction

...e,” he told the Brighton Evening Argus. “I’ve been chewing them for about five years but it started getting worse, especially when I was stressed”. “Where other people would say, ‘I’m dying for a cigarette’, I’d say, ‘I’m dying for a pen’. A lot of the time I didn’t realise I was doing it. “While sitting at ...

Chewing gum found to increase brainpower

...versity of Texas, and the Cognitive Research Unit, chewing gum has a positive effect on thinking, memory and ...ere extremely clear and specifically we found that chewing gum// targeted memory," Andrew Scholey of the university's Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit said. "...

Eating Greens fights cancer

...duces chemicals called sulphoraphanes. To simulate chewing the researchers crushed raw broccoli in the laboratory and tested the results. Researchers said that broccoli obtained from common supermarket contains 20 per cent anti-carcinogenic kind of the sulphoraphanes. They also warned// that over-heating the...

Vaccine to cure smoking

... nicotine till six months, without any urge to use chewing gums or nicotine patches. If successful in all the continuing third phase of the trial, then the vaccine will go a long way in decreasing the risks of cancer and other diseases suffered by smokers....

Oral Cancer Can Be Detected By Saliva Test

...common condition in India where beetle and tobacco chewing is a common habit//. It has now been found that certain bacteria’s excessive presence may give an early warning of cancer of the mouth. A report published in the Open Access journal, Journal of Translational Medicine has found that patients suffer...

Can Ajinomoto cause cancer?

...ch is used by most people to prepare food, sweeten chewing gums, soft drinks, yoghurts and desserts and it is also used in low-calorie foods, medicines as it helped people to reduce their calorie intake. The Japanese multinational company “Ajinomoto” is one of the largest manufacturers of aspartame as rema...

Compounds Found In The Vegetable Broccoli Could Have Anti-Cancer Properties

...osinolates from broccoli sprouts. During chopping, chewing and digestion, these phytochemicals morph into isothiocyanates – the anti-cancer compounds - but researchers used an enzymatic process to convert the glucosinolates to isothiocyanates. They then treated two human bladder cancer cell lines and one mou...

Dental health neglected by over 60 % of Indians

...r-increasing number people addicted to smoking and chewing practices. There has been a considerable increase ...mong Asian men. // In India and Sri Lanka, where chewing tobacco is used with betel nuts and reverse smoking is practiced, there is a striking incidence of o...

And now candy that is good for your teeth!

...in a range of confections and even foods, such as, chewing gum, gelatin chews, powdered candy and even chewable vitamins," he observed....

An unlikely contender for speedy surgery recovery: Chewing gum

...paroscopic colon surgery), and the other receiving chewing gum at meal times, in addition to the standard fare. The researchers found that those who use chewing gum leave the hospital one day sooner than the other group. A possible explanation is that chewing ...

Artificial Sweetners Not Really Safe?

...arbonated and powdered soft drinks, hot chocolate, chewing gum, candy, desserts, yogurt, and tabletop sweeteners, as well as some pharmaceutical products like vitamins and sugar-free cough drops. More than 200 million people worldwide consume it. The sweetener has been used for more than 30 years, having fir...

Oral Sex Linked To Mouth Cancer Risk

... cancer. Oral cancer is usually caused by smoking, chewing tobacco as well as consuming excess alcohol. ...

Three meals daily Keeps 'Kerala's elderly Healthy

...ever, the fairer sex beat its male counterparts in chewing betel leaf, with close to 20 percent addicted to the habit compared to 13 percent men. Sabu Aliyar, a member of the study team, said these were only preliminary reports. In a month's time, the complete results would be published, he added. Kerala h...

New Drug For Oral Cancer Detection On The Anvil

...ancer is a disfiguring entity // that is caused by chewing tobacco and smoking. The American Dental Association estimated that nearly 30,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer every year. Marc Robins, founder of The Robins Group put things into perspective when he said, "We are subduing the dangers of b...

Caffeine pill to keep soldiers alert in the field

...ffeine-based beverages a day. While caffeine in chewing gum is already consumed by soldiers in the US Army, Lim said the DSO scientists are attempting to break new ground by experimenting with caffeine pills of different potency, with some containing the equivalent of half a cup of coffee and others that ...

Mummy Is Always Right: Nurses Research Prove It Over Again

...rature and the mouth temperature such as exercise, chewing gum or smoking. Studies have already been conducted on male subjects with reference to mercury-filled thermometers, and are of limited clinical importance. The results of the present first ever study, that explores the association between beverage ...

Better Survival for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer by Radiation Therapy

...mon cancer which has been mostly caused by tobacco chewing and smoking. Non Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) is a kind of Lung cancer// which has found to have little disease prognosis to cancer treatment. NSCLC is mostly detected in the late stage of the disease and the survival rate of patients more than 1 y...

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