Category Archives: Stop Smoking News

Wynonna Judd headlines ‘Highway to Hope’ virtual concert

Country music star Wynonna Judd will headline the St. Christopher Truckers Relief Fund (SCF) first virtual concert, an event the charity hopes to make an annual affair. Country music stars, including John Schneider, Billy Dean, Lindsay Lawler and Heath Sanders.also will be part of the  “Highway to Hope” event on May 16. SCF supports truck drivers and their families who are out of work due to recent illness or injury. Assistance includes living expenses like rent or mortgage, utilities, vehicle payments and insurance. The group also helps […]

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Smoke-free Worksite Laws Curbing Vaping

A new observational study from researchers at the Yale School of Public Health suggests smoke-free worksite laws may yield reductions, not only in conventional cigarette use, but in the use of electronic nicotine delivery systems as well. The researchers also found that adding vaping restrictions to these laws did not lead to further reductions in use of electronic nicotine delivery systems. Indeed, such restrictions appeared to reduce smoke-free worksite laws’ effects on conventional cigarette use. By estimating effects on both smoking and vaping—an increasingly popular alternative to […]

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Smoking increases CHD risk among Black adults

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April 04, 2021 1 min read Source/Disclosures Published by: Disclosures: Oshunbade and Goff report no relevant financial disclosures. Please see the study for all other authors’ relevant financial disclosures. ADD TOPIC TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are posted on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new articles are posted on . “ data-action=”subscribe”> Subscribe We were unable to process your request. Please try again later. If you continue to […]

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Smoking and Alcohol Increase Risk of IBD: A Mendelian Randomization Study

Smoking and Alcohol Increase Risk of IBD: A Mendelian Randomization Study Top We use cookies for analytics, advertising and to improve our site. You agree to our use of cookies by continuing to use our site. To know more, see our Cookie Policy and Cookie Settings.Ok Source link

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Younger Smokers Are More Likely to Quit Than Older Smokers

Younger smokers are more likely to try to quit smoking than older smokers. Not surprisingly, those who smoked less often were more likely to be successful. That’s according to a 4-country survey conducted between 2002 and 2014. The results of the survey were published in Addiction. The researchers analyzed survey results from 15,874 smokers in 4 age groups: 18-24, 25-39, 40-54, and 55+ years. The smokers participated in the International Tobacco Control Policy Cohort Survey conducted in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. The […]

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Austin seeking committee to address Indiana health care costs | Local News

ANDERSON — Four of the five area members of the Indiana General Assembly took part in the Third House on Thursday. Lawmakers discussed topics including health care reform, the governor’s emergency powers and the state budget during the forum sponsored by the Madison County Chamber of Commerce and League of Women Voters. Rep. Terri Austin, D-Anderson, said a top issue is control of health care costs in Indiana. “We need to look at all aspects of the health care delivery system,” she said. “We need to start with […]

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Touchstone ABA talks “World Behavior Analysis Day”

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) – March 20, 2021 is recognized as the first ever “World Behavior Analysis Day.” Here to share more is Touchstone ABA Board Certified Behavior Analyst Angie Moran. • The date of World Behavior Analysis Day was chosen to honor the birthday of B. F. Skinner, an influential American psychologist, behaviorist, author, inventor and social philosopher. • The goal of this day is to unite worldwide efforts to share information about the science of behavior. • In addition, World Behavior Analysis Day provides a platform […]

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Global Smoking Cessation Market Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2026 By Marketstream.biz – Cabell Standard

According to the up-to-date report published by Marketstream.biz named as “Global Smoking Cessation Market” offers a comprehensive research updates and data which include various key aspects for the Smoking Cessation market in terms of volume and revenue Visitors Demography, Facility Size, Demand and Growth Opportunities, Global Industry Forecast Analysis and Revenue Source. The Smoking Cessation industry report offers in-depth analysis and insights into developments impacting businesses and enterprises on a global & regional level. A detailed breakdown of key trends, drivers, restraints, and opportunities influencing revenue growth […]

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I quit Instagram with meditation, and you can too

is Mashable’s series that examines the intersection of meditation practice and technology. Because even in the time of coronavirus, March doesn’t have to be madness. At the beginning of the pandemic, Instagram felt like an escape. I couldn’t meet up with friends at the movies or concerts or bars, so I upped my Instagram intake. And then it became a tick. Sitting on the couch? Check Instagram. Talking on the phone with my mom? Check Instagram. Standing in line at the store? Check Instagram.  It got worse […]

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How does processed meat cause cancer and how much matters? – Cancer Research UK

This post was first published in 2019, but has been reviewed and updated in March 2021. It’s not new news that processed and red meat are linked to bowel cancer. But in 2019, Cancer Research UK scientists took a closer look at how much meat might be enough to increase bowel cancer risk. The study, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, looked at whether people who eat an average of 76 grams of processed and red meat a day – approximately 3 slices of ham – […]

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