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E-cigarette use increases while new studies reveal heart health risks

E-cigarette use increases while new studies reveal heart health risks

No Smoking Day: 35 years on, the Smokerlyzer is still saving lives

No Smoking Day: 35 years on, the Smokerlyzer is still saving lives

NCCN publishes recommendations for assessing quality improvements in cancer care

NCCN publishes recommendations for assessing quality improvements in cancer care

Lung cancer mortality could be reduced by including smoking cessation with screening

Lung cancer mortality could be reduced by including smoking cessation with screening

Improving lifestyle habits may be useful additions to management of atrial fibrillation

Improving lifestyle habits may be useful additions to management of atrial fibrillation

Flexible options for lifestyle programs may benefit modern women with heart disease

Flexible options for lifestyle programs may benefit modern women with heart disease

Fears prevent vaping to help smokers to quit

Fears prevent vaping to help smokers to quit

Heart attack patients who follow more medical advice have greater long-term survival

Heart attack patients who follow more medical advice have greater long-term survival

Patients with rheumatoid arthritis more likely to quit smoking, shows study

Patients with rheumatoid arthritis more likely to quit smoking, shows study

Canada's cancer burden will increase in 2020 as population ages

Canada's cancer burden will increase in 2020 as population ages

Report says England will not be smoke free by 2030 as proposed

Report says England will not be smoke free by 2030 as proposed

Local med-tech company, Bedfont Scientific Ltd., named as a 2-time finalist in the KICC Awards 2020

Local med-tech company, Bedfont Scientific Ltd., named as a 2-time finalist in the KICC Awards 2020

Relapse is common for bariatric surgery patients who quit smoking

Relapse is common for bariatric surgery patients who quit smoking

Telehealth interventions could lead to improved obstetric outcomes

Telehealth interventions could lead to improved obstetric outcomes

Smoking cessation goody bag helps people quit smoking

Smoking cessation goody bag helps people quit smoking

High carbon dioxide levels due to respiratory diseases may aggravate pancreatic cancer

High carbon dioxide levels due to respiratory diseases may aggravate pancreatic cancer

Surgeon General urges people to stop smoking

Surgeon General urges people to stop smoking

Quitting smoking: Going it alone is not the best approach

Quitting smoking: Going it alone is not the best approach

Surgical complications are much more likely in smokers

Surgical complications are much more likely in smokers

Researchers use computer simulations to study how neuroreceptors respond to nicotine

Researchers use computer simulations to study how neuroreceptors respond to nicotine