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Just One Cigarette can Cause Nicotine Addiction

...he researchers noted that of the students who were hooked on cigarettes, half were already addicted by the time they were smoking seven cigarettes per month. Some youth found that they were unable to quit smoking after just a few cigarettes. According to the study, the nicotine from one cigarette is enoug...

Men, Not Women, Spend a Longer Time on the Phone!

...heir mobiles. It has been estimated that men are hooked to their phones for 32 minutes today, as compared to 22 minutes in 2002. However, women spend only 26 minutes, which has come down from 35 minutes five years ago, reports the Daily Mail. The survey of 3,500 adults revealed that women choose to me...

Queen Latifah Set to Open Burger Joint

...e new South Beach diner revealed that she has been hooked to the idea of FatBurger since the time she was in college. "That was part of my L.A. education - on Sundays in California... everybody would come out... in all these low-riders (cars)... FatBurger was, like, the centrepiece for it all," Contactmus...

Winona Ryders Arrest Got Her Rid of Drug Dependence

...yder revealed that just before her arrest, she got hooked to some painkillers that a quack had administered to her to ebb her sufferings from an injury on her arm. "Two months prior to that, I broke my arm in two places, and the doctor, a sort of quack doctor, was giving me a lot of stuff and I was takin...

Sienna Miller's Love Affair With Wine!

...he has a great relationship with wine, after being hooked to the drink for almost a decade now . The 25-year-old said that she loves 'European and all different types of wine', and that her fondness for it only increases each day. "We have been together for about 10 years now, and we just love each othe...

Beer Bashes of Teens Spinning Out of Control in US

... coffeehouse teens can call their own (to get them hooked on a legal stimulant). Linda Bolger, a parent who attended Colombi's session, wants Haddonfield to require students to attend an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting before graduation. A few weeks ago, four students were caught drinking at the sophomore ...

Stop Smoking, Start Living: World No Tobacco Day

... highly addictive substance and the user soon gets hooked on to it to maintain a sense of well-being. There is no known triggers that induces a person to start smoking. On the contrary there are several reasons why it should be avoided. The following are some of the reasons- Chemicals like nicotin...

Ozzy Found Nicotine Addiction Hardest to Quit

...he late 1990s, is satisfied that he has not gotten hooked to smoking again.He revealed that before he had kicked the butt, he used to cover himself with nicotine patches. "They're all a b**ger to kick, but I'd have to say cigarettes," Contactmusic quoted him as saying. "I used to cover my whole body wit...

Robotic Surgeon to Team Up With Doctors, Astronauts on NASA Mission

...and temperatures nearing 100 degrees F (40 C), and hooked the equipment up to gasoline-powered generators. Surgeons completed the first field test communicating with the operating tent using an unmanned aircraft equipped with a wireless transmitter. The NASA mission poses new challenges. Researchers shran...

Anti-aging Treatment Becoming Popular in US, but Experts Skeptical

...tually agreed to drop their cases. Those who are hooked to the A4M regime take more than three dozen dietary supplements. Their diets consist mostly of "good" carbohydrates and small helpings of fish, nuts, fruits and legumes. A few weeks into the course, they claim they are experiencing the difference. ...

Mobility can be improved in elders with exercise

...an index finger of each subject. The electrode was hooked up to a computer to record the electrical impulses as they travel from neurons to the muscle fibers. As the index finger was held steady in a small harness, each subject was asked to use the finger to follow the outline of a sinusoidal curve, with ...

Going Overboard With a Hand Sanitizer

...ere is a possibility that teenagers could also get hooked on to it....

How Ion Channels are Organized to Control Nerve Cell Communication?

...l message from the neurotransmitter, it is already hooked up to the correct G protein. After being activated by the receptor, the G protein changes shape, opening the ion channel. The evidence for this complex structure came from special technique called FRET (Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer) that...

RSV Hits Winnipeg Childrens Hospital

...these children are intubated, which means they are hooked up to a machine that helps move air in and out of their lungs," she said. "Of these seven children who are intubated, five are known to have the RSV infection and most of these are children younger than six months of age." A baby with symptoms of...

Mobiles As Addictive As Smoking In Youngsters

...ictive behaviour. You might ask how people can get hooked on mobile phones but you would probably see similar responses if you took away someone's car. They are part of everyday life," Dr Sheffield said. "Getting phone calls can make you feel better about yourself - give you greater self-esteem. Whereas no...

Chemistry Over The Counter: Is It Just What The Doctor Ordered?

...h a study in 2005 that found nearly 30% of Indians hooked on to anti-anxiety drugs. A trend such as this would not have taken off, if the pharmacy practice adopted strict and stringent norms for drug dispensation. Prescription re-use and unchecked purchase of drugs over the counter without a prescription ha...

Complete Ban on Fizzy Drinks in Schools

... their `brand awareness' in schools, and keep kids hooked on that sugary taste." Kedgley says that even diet sodas ate highly acidic causing tooth decay as well as brimming with controversial additives such as aspartame. She added, "A can of Diet Coke contains about 45mg of caffeine and some kids are d...

Blackberry Email Can Get Dangerously Addictive

...es’ as it has been found that users quickly become hooked on them, seriously causing damage to their mental health. These gadgets were launched in 1999, and were quickly absorbed by businessmen all over, calling it a lifesaver, as the gadget combined a phone with an access to the internet, thereby giving th...

Parents ignorant about kids' immoral practices

...e same degree and poor kids are more likely to get hooked and less likely to get serious treatment"...

Docs In Scotland Want Cigarette Buying Permissible Only To People Aged 18 And Over

...atest attempt to deter young people// from getting hooked on cigarettes. This call was made at the opening of the annual conference of BMA Scotland. A report released on the occasion said that the current law of 16 year olds being allowed to buy cigarettes was made in 1937, when the dangers of smoking we...

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