Adult Health

New Study Shows Smokers Who Switch to E-Cigarettes Substantially Lower Exposure to Carcinogens, Toxic Chemicals

New Study Shows Smokers Who Switch to E-Cigarettes Substantially Lower Exposure to Carcinogens, Toxic Chemicals

  A new study by American and Polish researchers found that tobacco smokers who switched to e-cigarettes substantially reduced their exposure to carcinogens (cancer-causing chemicals) and toxic substances after only ...

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Vaping Helps Smokers Kick The Habit

Vaping Helps Smokers Kick The Habit

  OLD World explorers in search of lands beyond to conquer never had any inkling that the tobacco habit of natives of the New World had been restricted to leaders ...

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TB Not Hereditary – DOH6

TB Not Hereditary – DOH6

  ILOILO CITY, August 9 (PIA) — The Department of Health (DOH)-6 clarified that tuberculosis (TB) is not a hereditary disease but can be transmitted from person to person through ...

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Vegetable Fat Not the Route to a Healthy Heart: Study

Vegetable Fat Not the Route to a Healthy Heart: Study

    Paris, France – Replacing animal fat in the human diet with vegetable oil seems not to lower heart disease risk, and might even boost it, according to a study ...

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Meditation, Cognitive Therapy Help Back Pain: Study

Meditation, Cognitive Therapy Help Back Pain: Study

  Washington, United States – Meditation and cognitive behavioral therapy — not conventional treatments for back pain — seem to be effective in alleviating the common condition, researchers said. After 26 ...

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