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Survey finds one in 10 smokers does not link smoking with illness, 50 years after landmark report
On the 50th anniversary of a landmark report linking smoking to cancer, a new report shows one in 10 smokers do not believe smoking causes illness. Cancer Council ... cigarettes to cancer Saturday mar... read more
Health and Wellness News - Los Angeles Times
One can offset the other. Here are new and comfortable ways to take advantage of a California summer, including the world's first stand-up bike and a stand-up paddleboard you pedal. read more
First Nationwide Study Finds No Link Between Smoking Bans and Reductions in Heart Attacks
It is also possible that comparisons showing increases in cardiovascular events after a smoking ... does not fit their pre-determined conclusions?" Siegel's tobacco policy blog, where he regularly poi... read more
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Quit smoking for faster bone healing?
The first time many smokers ... Reasons for link unclear While the link between smoking and bone harm is clear, no one knows why it occurs, says Dr. Thomas Einhorn, chairman of orthopedic surgery at B... read more
On Sunday, September 18, 2011, one of God's little angels went home, Mackenzie Ankrom, stillborn, of Clinton, Pennsylvania. Mackenzie was the daughter of Eric Ankrom and Jerrica Johnson of Clinton. Sh... read more
Why are Americans so reluctant to accept cancer warnings?
1954: A few years after ... smoking causes lung cancer. 2002: Only a select number of non-scientists seem aware of the link between processed meats and colon cancer. In this year, a pair of Australian ... read more
Smoking 'epidemic' likely to kill two out of three Australian smokers: mortality study
Two out of three smokers ... study on the link between smoking and mortality shows. The study, published in the international journal BMC Medicine, found the smoking "epidemic" reduced a smoker's life ... read more
Big Tobacco’s court-ordered ads make their debut
Company gives non-smokers ... who was not involved in the lawsuit. “But it is meant to, to some extent, reverse 50 years of lying to the public,” he said. The ads appear as black text on white backgro... read more
Casual marijuana use may damage your brain
If you thought smoking a joint occasionally was OK, a new study released Tuesday suggests you might want to reconsider. The study, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, is the first to link ... 20 ... read more
New Data: Tea Party is Authoritarian, Not Libertarian
This dovetails very closely with a discussion we’ve been having here, and provides additional evidence suggesting that this movement is not libertarian ... longer because it reports the results of a s... read more
Issue debated, no decision made by township supervisors
Norman Giancola, supervisors chairman, who was returning after a two-month absence because of a medical ... Giancola said that they were not, adding that he wanted to have the new ordinance as an inte... read more
Why Do People Believe Scientifically Untrue Things?
Haidt’s moral survey data suggests that ideological conservatives have a greater tendency to moralize about purity and sanctity than do liberals. This may be so, but it’s pretty clear that liberals ar... read more