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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

UK study: Smoke-free laws decrease lung cancer cases

(WKYT) - A new study conducted by the University of Kentucky shows there are fewer new cases of lung cancer in communities with strong smoke ... Hahn says smoke-free laws have improved public health i... read more

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The One Article Every Black Woman Needs to Read

My main advantage, though, was a strong ... in those communities are regularly breathing in higher levels of particulate matter, dangerous particles that can lead to respiratory issues, lung cancer, a... read more

Rummage, bake sale planned

WAYNE TWP. – Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, 291 Wurtemburg Road, Wayne Township, will have a rummage sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19, which will a... read more

Health official: We may never learn what caused Seacoast 'cancer cluster'

The rates of other types of cancer in the five communities for both adults and children were in line with expected rates countywide, except for one: a rare type of lung ... laws prevent officials from ... 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

Sodium intake, BP linked in communities with highest intake

(HealthDay)—Mean systolic blood pressure is increased with increasing sodium intake only in communities in the highest tertile of sodium intake, according to a study published online ... in China ther... read more

The American Cancer Society Great American Smokeout Nov. 16

An estimated 5,100 Iowans die from tobacco-related illnesses annually – 1,770 from lung cancer alone, which are reasons why the fight against big tobacco continues strong in ... bring about community ... 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

Veracyte's (VCYT) CEO Bonnie Anderson on Q1 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

We presented the first real-world user experience data on the Afirma GSC in March at ENDO 2018, the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society, which confirmed the test's strong clinical utility. The fin... read more

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BASKETBALL: Chatham Glenwood sophomore guard Peyton Allen, who has received interest from Illinois, has a scholarship offer from Oklahoma State. Allen attended Oklahoma State midnight madness. Allen a... read more

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