Second hand smoke has been associated with various respiratory diseases and cancer. Does banning outdoor smoking really help decrease second hand smoke exposure?
Several medical reports have shown that cigarette smoking may result in major health damage, including the development of lung cancer and other respiratory and systemic diseases. Health organizations have also campaigned for quit smoking programs, even providing nicotine supplements to those who are seriously considering cutting this habit.
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About one in 5 Americans are smokers and about 80 per cent of smokers say they would like to quit smoking. When you try to quit smoking it isn’t easy though. Many try more than one smoking cessation method before they actually quit for good.
Most smokers don’t have to search far for a reason to try to quit smoking. Their family, friends and the media bombard them with enough reasons to butt …Read more
If you’re a smoker, smoking cessation should be your top priority because cigarette smoking is the number one cause of preventable death in North America. Smoking is associated with multiple health conditions including: cancer, cardiovascular disease and lung disease. In addition to these diseases, smoking also causes skin damage. When doctors are explaining all of the damage that smoking causes in an attempt to get their patients to quit smoking, they should not forgot to mention skin damage. Skin damage …Read more
If you’re at a pub having a few drinks and you’re thinking about reaching for a cigarette, you may want to think twice. New research published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs has shown that smoking can actually make your hangovers worse which may leave you wondering if you should finally quit smoking.
Researchers from Brown University studied data from 113 university students from a mid-western university in the United States …Read more