Tag : smoking

California Department of Public Health Calls E-Cigarettes A Health Threat And Calls For Regulation

Body  20 July '16

Breaktime in The Workplace: E-Cigarette Smokers May Get Extra Breaks To Discourage Regular Cigarette Use

Companies are advised to give staff who use e-cigarettes extra breaks and create special vaping rooms at work to encourage the end of regular cigarettes.

Massachussetts Considers Mandatory Health Insurance

Health/Nutrition  12 July '16

This Groundbreaking Startup is Making Healthcare Much More Affordable and a Lot More Effective!

Provata Health is a startup that deals with digital and team-based healthcare to provide cheaper care that may be twice as effective.

Lifestyle During Pregnancy

Health  11 July '16

Smoking During Pregnancy 'Underreported', Study Finds

Smoking during pregnancy is more prevalent than what was previously thought.

The 148th Belmont Stakes

Body  28 June '16

New Study Reveals Smokers Don't Even Know What They are Inhaling!

We can all assume that it is common knowledge that cigarettes and other tobacco products contain various harmful chemicals, but the extent of these may not even be known to the people who use them.

Teen Addictions: Dangers of Marijuana, Tobacco & Alcohol

Body  26 June '16

Cigarette Smoking: Alarming Discovery About Cigarettes, New Study Reveals; Most Smokers No Idea What They're Really Inhaling

A new report reveals the alarming truth about the chemical contents present in tobacco products.

smoking woman

Growing Baby  22 June '16

Children of Mothers Who Smoke While Pregnant More Susceptible to Health and Behavioral Problems

Smoking does not only lessen the weight of babies in utero, it also causes physical deformities like smaller skulls.

Smoking Ban Comes Into Force in Wales

Body  15 June '16

Smoking, Drinking, and Being Overweight Can Cost You Over $8 Million

A recent study shows that men who smoke, drink alcohol, and are overweight spend millions because of these risk factors.

California Department of Public Health Calls E-Cigarettes A Health Threat And Calls For Regulation

Teens/Young Adults  14 June '16

Does E-Cigarette Smoking Among Teens Incline Them More To Try Traditional Smoking?

A new study has established that teens who smoke e-cigarettes are more likely to move to traditional smoking than those who had never tried smoking in their lives.

Smokers To Pay More For Cigarettes As Tobacco Tax Increases

Health/Nutrition  10 June '16

New Tobacco Laws Passed In California: Minimum Smoking Age Is Now 21 Years Old, E-Cigarettes Banned In Public Areas

California Governor Jerry Brown signs into law two bills banning e-cigarette smoking on public areas and raising the minimum age of people allowed to buy tobacco from 18 years old to 21.

Pregnancy Lifestyle

Pregnancy  26 May '16

Pregancy News & Updates: New Study Claims Smoking During Pregnancy Could Cause Schizoprenia

Know the relation between smoking while pregnant and schizophrenia.

Lifestyle During Pregnancy

Health  25 May '16

Smoking When Pregnant Ups Risk Of Offspring With Schizophrenia

An increased risk of schizophrenia is associated for children of mothers who smoked during pregnancy.

Lifestyle During Pregnancy

Health  12 May '16

France To Pay Pregnant Women To Stop Smoking

France will pay pregnant women to stop them from smoking.

World Health Organisation Calls For Regulation Of Ecigarettes

Health/Nutrition  11 May '16

Exposure To E-Cigarette Smoking Is Poisoning More Children, Study Finds

More and more are using e-cigarettes that leads to increased exposure of children to the lethal addiction and the surge of poisoning cases among them.

An Electronic Cigarette Is An Anti Smoking Health Device

Body  9 May '16

FDA E-Cigarette Regulation Triggers A Black Market Demand, Angers Business Owners Furious

According to reports, FDA's new e-cigarette regulation receives an intense backlash from e-cigarette business owners.

An Electronic Cigarette Is An Anti Smoking Health Device

Science  4 May '16

E-Cigarettes Effective In Helping Smokers Quit The Habit

According to Royal College of Physicians using e-cigarettes help smokers quit the habit.

FIFA Executive Committee Meeting Press Conference

Body  3 May '16

Why Poor Sleep Is Bad For Your Heart & Nutrition

Two new studies reveal that poor sleeping habits could lead to heart issues and higher cholesterol levels.

World Health Organisation Calls For Regulation Of Ecigarettes

Body  2 May '16

More Exposure to E-Cigarette Ads Prompting Youth To Start Smoking

Based on a new study by the CDC, the significant increase of e-cigarette ads in recent years is a precursor to early smoking of people exposed to these ads.

Britons Most Obese In Europe

Health/Nutrition  25 April '16

Study: Obesity Links To 11 Types Of Cancer Including Stomach Cancer

A new study links alcohol, procecessed meat, smoking and obesity to stomach cancer.

Maxim Celebrates The Breathe Vape Smart Launch In NYC With Music Curated By Series

Health/Nutrition  18 April '16

Teen Smoking: Traditional Tobacco Use Decreases While E-Cigarette Use Sees Shocking Rise Among Kids

Teen smoking has reportedly gone into a new trend with traditional tobacco use now being exchanged for e-cigarette and vaping implement use.

Barack Obama And Kim Jong Un Impersonators Meet In Beijing

Health/Nutrition  16 April '16

Mental Health And Smoking: Link Between Psychiatric Condition And Cigarettes Reveals Shorter Life Span

Smoking among individuals with mental health condition and disorder has been found as the top cause of life shortened life expextancy among these individuals.

Lifestyle During Pregnancy

Pregnancy  2 April '16

Smoking During Pregnancy Can Alter Baby's DNA, Study Shows

Mothers who smoke during pregnancy physically alter their baby's DNA and expose them to various health complications.

Youngsters Attend Young Pioneers Theme Activity In Shanghai

School  1 April '16

Smoking, Drinking In High School Not Cool Anymore

The number of high school students who engaged in smoking and drinking has declined.

Merkel and Governors Discuss Smoking Ban

Health/Nutrition  29 March '16

Study Says Heavy Smokers With Mental Illnesses Are More At Risk For Heart Disease After They Quit Smoking

A recent study has shown that heavy smokers with mental illnesses who quit smoking are usually the ones being excluded in a study, which made researchers wonder whether the effects normal people have are the same as people suffering from mental disorders.

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