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UK Study Shows Lower Lung Cancer Rates in Communities with Strong Smoke-free Laws

UK is the University for Kentucky. At UK, we are educating more students, treating more patients with complex illnesses and conducting more research and service than at any time in our 150-year histor... read more

Smoke-Free Laws May Help Prevent COPD Hospitalizations

are less likely to be hospitalized for breathing problems if they live in an area where local laws prohibit smoking in public spaces including bars, restaurants and offices, a new study shows. "Kentuc... read more

Study shows public support for laws against weight discrimination

A new multinational study shows public support for policies and laws against weight discrimination. Credit ... suggest that a key condition needed to foster policy change – strong public support – is ... read more

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Health and Wellness News - Los Angeles Times

Folks may think more about great Chinese food than great walking when they head for Monterey Park. But this is a great city stroll that will help you burn off the lo mein and moo shu. Here are five ex... read more

State debt to pension funds 'much better'

The 2012 fiscal year was supposed to be when the state finally made timely and full payments to the five state-funded pension systems that provide retirement benefits to teachers, university employees ... read more

Mersana Therapeutics (MRSN) CEO Anna Protopapas on Q3 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

We have recently presented preclinical data regarding MERS67 at the World Lung ... study in ovarian cancer. It was a small Phase 2 randomized versus Doxil. They saw worth about a 40% response rate ... read more

This Interactive Chart Shows How Your Lifestyle Can Change Your Cancer Risk

Sure, arsenic in drinking water might increase your risk of lung cancer, but what does drinking mate have to ... The vagus nerve is responsible for controlling the heart rate via electrical impulses t... read more

No doubt about it: smokefree laws cut heart attacks in big way

There is strong and consistent evidence that exposure to secondhand smoke causes heart attacks and that smokefree workplace and public place laws cut heart attacks ... found in the original Helena stu... read more

Sea-level rise claims five islands in Solomons: study

They found that rates of shoreline recession were substantially higher in areas exposed to high wave energy, indicating a "synergistic interaction" between sea-level rise and waves, which Albert said ... read more

Penguins news & notes

- Marc-Andre Fleury is now unbeaten in regulation in his last eight games (7-0-1), dating back to Oct. 20. Fleury stopped 24 of 27 shots. - The Penguins scorched Semyon Varalamov for six goals on 33 s... read more

Kids' Asthma Flareups Fall Off After No-Smoking Laws

MONDAY, Jan. 9, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- In many U.S. communities that have ... researchers found. The study doesn't confirm that the clean air laws directly boost lung health in kids. But, it makes a ... read more

Study shows lower lung cancer rates in communities with strong smoke-free laws

"This new study shows ... laws. They found that lung cancer incidence was eight percent lower in communities with strong smoke-free workplace laws in comparison to communities without smoke-free laws. ... read more

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