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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

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

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

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Smoking boosts risk for Alzheimer's

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How To Treat HIV/AIDS Symptoms and Side Effects With Cannabis

One typically contracts HIV sexually, often from blood, semen or vaginal fluid. A mother can also transmit HIV/AIDS to her child during pregnancy. After ... to illness because HIV has severely impaire... read more

Beaver Falls 35, New Brighton 14 FINAL

Hall finished with a team-best 165 yards and three touchdowns on a muddy Oak Hill Field, while Rawl chipped in 111 on 10 carries -- one of which was a 42-yard ... He played his first two years at New ... read more

POV: Antismoking Movement Has Been Co-Opted

On January 11, 1964—50 years ago—Surgeon General Luther Terry released his landmark ... report is worthy of celebration, the actual number of smokers has declined only from 53 million to 45 million. C... read more

Baby, it’s cold outside — but global warming has not taken a Thanksgiving break

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Gallup poll: For the first time, strong majority of Americans favor legalizing marijuana

It’s the first time that Americans have have approved of legalization in a clear majority, including a 10 percent jump since last November ... before inching steadily higher since 2000, reaching 50% i... read more

New CDC Data Suggest E-Cigarettes Are Helping Smokers Quit

To the contrary, vaping and smoking rates are moving in opposite directions. The CDC's survey data suggest that's more than a coincidence: Not only was vaping much more common among current and former ... read more

Argentines link health problems to agrochemicals

After ... one-third of the provinces set no limits at all, and most lack detailed enforcement policies. A federal environmental law requires applicators of toxic chemicals to suspend or cancel activit... 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 casual ... read more

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