One of the most dangerous diseases we should worry about is cancer. However, many people do not believe they could suffer from a cancerous disease, hinging their argument on the fact that certainly, one thing or the other would definitely be responsible for a man’s death. However, the truth is that several diseases, like cancer, are precipitated by men’s behaviour, their … [Read more...] about The War Against Tobacco
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For Nora King, a former chain-smoker with a master's degree, it was neither a harrowing visit to her doctor nor a disturbing news article on the latest findings about the damage of cigarettes that caused her to put down her smokes once and for all. It was a television commercial she saw a year ago in her New York City apartment that vividly illustrated what goes on inside a … [Read more...] about A Bachelor’s Degree for Quitting Smoking?
Risk of death from tobacco related diseases or various forms of cancer declines dramatically five years after kicking the habit. Women who quit smoking reduce their risk of dying from heart disease and tobacco-related cancers. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health analyzed data on 105,000 women over 24 years, taken from the Nurses’ Health Study, a long-term … [Read more...] about Smoking Reversible?
Watch this short video about Chinese cigarette smokers and how the Chinese medical clinics for smokers are not a priority. Even the most educated of Chinese don't know about the dangers of smoking and the government is facing a huge health crisis. It is very difficult to find a non-smoking restaurant when going out to dine so in China temptation to smoke is … [Read more...] about China Moves Toward Smoke-Free Olympics
Once among the nation's leaders for anti-smoking campaigns for youth and teens, Mississippi now ranks 27th among states that spend money on tobacco prevention, a new report says. The report released Wednesday also found that tobacco companies spend $183 million a year on marketing in Mississippi, almost 23 times the state funding for tobacco prevention. State Health … [Read more...] about Mississippi is 27th for Anti-Tobacco Money