Nicotine And Schizophrenia: How Smoking Normalizes Genetically-Induced Brain Impairments
Researchers observed that people with schizophrenia smoke to alleviate the deficit symptoms. They suggest that nicotine may directly impact in restoring the brain's normal activity in people suffering from psychiatric disorders like schizophrenia.
Smoking Costs 6 Million Deaths, 1$ Trillion Expenses Annually; According To Reports
Smoking kills— this is not a cliche for nothing. About 6 million people have died in a year because of smoking. In fact, sources report that $1 trillion have already been spent all over the world for health care and productivity loss.
Think Just One Cigarette A Day Is Harmless? Think Again
There is no safe level of smoking. The study found that people who were light smokers but quit are associated with a lesser risk of dying early compared to those who remained to be light smokers.
Pre-Natal Smoking Could Cause SIDS, Research Says
Pregnant women who are exposed to cigarette smoke face a high risk of losing their baby to SIDS. In the US, there are about 3,500 cases of death due to SIDS each year.
Can’t Stop Your Urge In Smoking? Cigarette Firm Promises To Provide You The Same Nicotine Hit With 90 Percent Less Toxins
Considering The Health Risks Of Smoking, How Effective Is The Cigarette That Offers 90% Less Toxins? Does It Mean Smoking Can Be Way Safer Than Before? Find Out What Experts Have To Say
Unhealthy Lifestyle Blamed For Increase In Mouth Cancer Cases
Mouth cancer cases increased by 68% over the last 20 years. 9 out of 10 cases are due to smoking, drinking and other unhealthy habits.
A Glass Of Wine Before Smoking May Prevent Short Term Vascular Damage
Red wine has components which help avert markers of vascular injury. Experts say drinking a glass before smoking can possibly counteract some of the short-term negative effects of smoking on blood vessels.
Smoking During Preganancy Can Make Children Obese, Study Reveals
According to a study conducted by researchers, smoking during pregnancy can be a reason for obesity. The study shows that 83.3 percent had a stable non-overweight BMI, while 13.1 percent had moderate increasing BMIs while 2.5 per cent had steeply increasing BMIs.