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Tobacco, obesity, HIV/AIDS and immigrant health addressed by members of congress

Tobacco, obesity, HIV/AIDS and immigrant health addressed by members of congress

The case of a high school student in King County who died this week of meningococcal disease has created public concern

The case of a high school student in King County who died this week of meningococcal disease has created public concern

NHS helps 200,000 smokers kick the smoking habit

NHS helps 200,000 smokers kick the smoking habit

Anal cancer is on the rise in both sexes

Anal cancer is on the rise in both sexes

Florida restaurant sales up 7 percent a year after the smokefree workplace initiative took effect

Florida restaurant sales up 7 percent a year after the smokefree workplace initiative took effect

Pfizer donates $3.7 million worth of Nicotrol patches to the New York City Department of Health

Pfizer donates $3.7 million worth of Nicotrol patches to the New York City Department of Health

Skeletal remains of 3,160 individuals reveal changing status of cancer in Europe across the centuries

Skeletal remains of 3,160 individuals reveal changing status of cancer in Europe across the centuries

BMA argues that the British government has a "moral duty" to ban smoking in public places

BMA argues that the British government has a "moral duty" to ban smoking in public places

Mediterranean diet lowers levels of markers for inflammation and coagulation which have been linked to heart disease

Mediterranean diet lowers levels of markers for inflammation and coagulation which have been linked to heart disease

Good practice guidance for universities on the issue of tobacco industry funding

Good practice guidance for universities on the issue of tobacco industry funding

As humans alter land, infectious diseases follow

As humans alter land, infectious diseases follow

Youth smoking down in Nevada

Youth smoking down in Nevada

Serious medical consequences of smoking, obesity, excessive alcohol consumption and sexually transmitted disease require decisive leadership

Serious medical consequences of smoking, obesity, excessive alcohol consumption and sexually transmitted disease require decisive leadership

British doctors will deliver a powerful message to Blair

British doctors will deliver a powerful message to Blair

Secondhand smoke increases the risk of heart disease among non-smokers by as much as 60 percent

Secondhand smoke increases the risk of heart disease among non-smokers by as much as 60 percent

Allina Hospitals & Clinics are now tobacco free

Allina Hospitals & Clinics are now tobacco free

Physical activity cuts risk of depression in children

Physical activity cuts risk of depression in children

First strokes now bone health, moderate alcohol consumption good for women

First strokes now bone health, moderate alcohol consumption good for women

Confirmation of what we all suspected, electronic gaming is making kids fat

Confirmation of what we all suspected, electronic gaming is making kids fat

Doctors call on the British Government to make all workplaces smokefree

Doctors call on the British Government to make all workplaces smokefree