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MAY 03, 2016 - Yahoo! News

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Heavy drinking may make it harder to quit smoking

“We didn’t measure what was happening when people were drinking, but after they stopped, their elevated rate of nicotine metabolism slowly subsided,” said lead author Noah R. Gubner of the Center for tobacco Control Research and Education at the University of California, San Francisco. When nicotine metabolism is higher, people tend to have a harder time quitting smoking, Gubner told ...

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APR 29, 2016 - Huffington Post

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2 Alarming Findings About How Poor Sleep Hurts Your Heart

Multiple studies have shown that poor sleep can up your risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity and cancer. But two new studies published last week -- one in the journal Annals of Behavioral Medicine and the other in the journal Scientific Reports -- uncover two more pieces of the puzzle. One reports poor sleep may actually increase the risk for engaging in ...

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APR 28, 2016 - Yahoo! News

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UK doctors urge wide promotion of e-cigs to help smokers quit

By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - E-cigarettes are likely to bring benefits for public health and should be widely promoted to smokers to help them quit tobacco, Britain's Royal College of Physicians (RCP) said on Thursday. In a report likely to further fuel a debate over electronic cigarettes, the influential British doctors group stressed that tobacco smoking is both addictive ...

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APR 25, 2016 - Yahoo! News

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Teens most drawn to e-cigarettes by online ads

To see which e-cigarette ad formats were most persuasive to teens, researchers analyzed data from a recent nationwide survey of about 22,000 middle school and high school students from grades 6 through 12, when youth are typically about 12 to 18 years old. When middle school kids said they routinely viewed e-cigarette ads online, they were almost three times more ...

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