Tag: "secondhand" at medical news
Vegetables decrease Tobacco Toxins
...sociated with environmental carcinogens, including secondhand
smoke. According to him, this does not mean that smokers should be advised to just eat healthy. The best way to lower risk is to stop smoking. Burdick was not associated with the study. Stephenson agreed the findings should not be interpreted in ord...
Heart attack risk starts at 20
...ion, including the avoidance of tobacco (including secondhand
smoke), healthy dietary patterns, weight control, and regular, appropriate exercise," the panel writes in the July 16 issue of the journal Circulation. "Risk begins at an earlier age than age 40 or 50 ... and this is an attempt to move the focus bac...
Passive smoking may be harmless
...rld Health Organization, that found a link between secondhand
smoke and health problems....
Smoking and its Effects
...od respiratory function unless they are exposed to secondhand
smoke. This new study went a step further with active smoking. At age 20, several respiratory functions were diminished in the smokers. Lung volumes were nearly the same in smokers and nonsmokers. The greatest difference was observed in the reductio...
Exposure To Tobacco Smoke Can Lead To Sickle Cell Crisis
...ke.// Study after study has confirmed exposure to secondhand
tobacco smoke can harm the health of nonsmokers. I...he university of California speculated exposure to secondhand
smoke could either cause these acute flare ups, known as sickle cell crises, or make them worse. The...
The Harmful Effects Of Cigarette Smoke
...rgic parent, the combination of pre- and postnatal secondhand
smoke increased the risk of allergic sensitization 1.8-fold. When both parents were allergic, secondhand
smoke exposure increased that risk 7-fold. Likewise, for wheezing, there was a 2.1-fold increased ri...
Unborn Found To Be More Sensitive to Pollution
...systems than their mothers, suggesting exposure to secondhand
smoke is especially dangerous for pregnant women. ...r pollution, including motor vehicle emissions and secondhand
smoke, has important implications for cancer risk and developmental problems....
Yet Another Harmful Consequence Of Smoking
...garettes she smoked and whether she was exposed to secondhand
tobacco smoke. The study was conducted between 199...more cleft lips in the infants of women exposed to secondhand
smoke, but the researchers could not make a firm connection between the two. Given the emotional and...
The Harmful Effects Of Secondhand Smoke
Exposing children to secondhand
tobacco smoke could eventually lead to lung cancer...d former smokers were found to be more affected by secondhand
exposure than nonsmokers who were equally exposed thereby running about twice the risk of getting a ...
Air Pollution Increases Risk For Heart Disease In Women
...onal fumes and dust, and indoor pollutants such as secondhand
tobacco smoke. None had any history of CHD, stroke, or diabetes. During the 22-year follow-up, there were 155 fatal CHD cases in females and 95 among males. Those who died of CHD were older at baseline, had fewer years of education, and were more li...
Passive Cigarette Smoking Increases Isoprostane Formation
...ssive smoking. It is also called as involuntary or secondhand
Media Messages Can Serve To Reduce Smoking Indoors
...count for 10% of people’s negative attitudes about secondhand
smoke, but these negative attitudes explain nearly... person in a household taking a strong position on secondhand
smoke before the change in attitude becomes a change in home restrictions, Evans suggested. The r...
Can Second Hand Smoke Cause Cancer?
...tates that younger women face greater dangers from secondhand
smoke when compared to older women. Anti-smoking groups are trying to ban smoking at restaurant patios, beaches and trolley stops. There are also groups which contend that vehicular pollution is far more dangerous when compared to second hand tobacco...
How To Prevent A Stroke
... blood pressure, not smoking, avoiding exposure to secondhand
smoke, being physically active and treating disorders that increase the risk of stroke such as atrial fibrillation (a type of irregular heartbeat), carotid artery disease and heart failure. The guidelines suggest physicians consider using a risk ass...
Non Smoking Women Less Prone To Lung Cancer
...er causes of death among non smokers in US include secondhand
smoke, asbestos exposure and radon gas....
Secondhand Smoking Can Be Deadly
According to the new study it was found that secondhand
smoking can be deadly. Hence California and Washin... that about 35,000 Oregonians are still exposed to secondhand
smoke at work. California, Washington and Ireland have imposed a nationwide ban on smoking in public...
Passive Smoking Worsens Allergies
...urs in a chamber where they were either exposed to secondhand
smoke or clean air. After another nasal lavage was...tudy provides the first experimental evidence that secondhand
smoke can exacerbate allergic responses and also suggest patients with allergies should avoid tobacc...
Women Smokers on the Rise
...d to quit and 37.29 % of the women were exposed to secondhand
smoke at home and 25.54 % at work. An alarming issue is that about 4.2% of the junior high school girls smoke. Chang Ching-ching a professor in the department of advertising at National Chengchi University conducted a survey in which she found that a...
Children Most Affected By Second Hand Smoke
Researchers say that children are most affected by secondhand
smoke. Another reason that passive smoking hurts c...and Neck Surgery, suggest that children exposed to secondhand
smoke may require more attention to their airways during surgery, particularly if they are receiving...
New York’s Secondhand Smoke Exposure Continues to Declin
...ct, celebrating its third anniversary, has reduced secondhand
smoke exposure without financially straining bars ...t of Health’s Tobacco Control Program, exposure to secondhand
smoke declined by 50 percent among nonsmokers in New York in the year following the implementation o...
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