Brain Cells Affected By Nicotine
Nicotine has long been known to affect the brain. A study now finds that brain cells are affected by nicotine.
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.
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
Europe proposes tighter tobacco laws, e-cigarettes may face new restrictions
E-cigarettes may face restrictions in the EU after health ministers from member nations pushed for legislation.
Pepper (And Tomato) A Day Can Keep Parkinson's Disease At Bay
Nicotine-rich produce like peppers and tomatoes may help beat Parkinson’s disease, study suggests.
Hookah Smoking As Harmful As Cigarettes, Contains Different Toxins: Study
No, hookahs or the water pipe smoking is not less harmful than cigarette smoking - they're just different, a new study in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention by the University of California, San Francisco, (UCSF) has revealed.