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Smoking DOESN'T help you lose weight - it makes you eat more: Habit makes obese women eat more calor

Smoking DOESN'T help you lose weight - it makes you eat more: Habit makes obese women eat more calories because they can't taste fat and sugarMany people believe that smoking can help them lose weight because cigarettes can act as an appetite suppressant.The study shows smoking can dull the ability of obese women to taste fat and sugar.Obese women who smoke are less able to perceive fat and sugar in...
Source : dailymail |
Category : Health

Smoking Ups Breast Cancer Risk

UrologyYoung women who smoke have a higher risk of developing the most common type of breast cancer, finds study published in. The study indicates that an increased risk of breast cancer may be another health risk incurred by young women who smoke.The majority of recent studies evaluating the relationship between smoking and breast cancer risk among young women have found that smoking is linked with...
Source : Medindia |
Category : Health

Smoke emanates from Spicejet flight, passengers safe

passengers of Chennai-Tuticorin Spicejet flight had a narrow escape this morning after smoke emanated from one of its engines before landing here, airport sources saidThe passengers of Chennai-Tuticorin Spicejet flight had a narrow escape this morning after smoke emanated from one of its engines before landing here, airport sources said. The flight with about 70 passengers on board left Chennai around...
Source : DNA |
Category : Others | City : Mumbai

Passive Smoking can Lead to Pregnancy Loss

For non-smoking to-be-moms, even secondhand smoking is dangerous as it can lead to pregnancy loss, including miscarriage, stillbirth and tubal ectopic pregnancy, says a research. The study considered the pregnant woman's exposure to secondhand smoking not only during pregnancy, but during the childhood and adult years. Even though they had not smoked themselves, women who experienced the highest...
Source : Medindia |
Category : Health

Second-hand smoke kills over six lakh each year

Passive smoking claims over six lakh lives each year the world over. And most of those who die of 'second hand smoke' are women and children, a study has revealed.Second-hand smoke is still one of the most common indoor pollutants worldwide. Around 40 percent of children, 35 percent of women and 33 percent of men the world over are regularly exposed to passive smoke.The study, published in the journal...
Source : Woman |
Category : Headlines

VIDEO: 'More females smoking' in Pakistan

number of female smokers in Pakistan has tended to be very low when compared to men who smoke.But anti-smoking campaigners say there has been a five percent increase in the number of women smokers in Pakistan over the last three years.In Pakistan's conservative society, women who smoke are often frowned upon, which means that many have to smoke in secret.This...
Source : BBC |
Category : International

Young women smokers may have increased risk of developing common type of breast cancer

Young women who smoke and have been smoking a pack a day for a decade or more have a significantly increased risk of developing the most common type of, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society. The study indicates that an increased risk of breast cancer may be another health risk incurred by young women who smoke.The majority of recent studies evaluating the relationship between smoking...
Source : news-medical |
Category : Health

Smoking may increase the risk of the most common type of breast cancer

page.Young women who smoke and have been smoking a pack a day for a decade or more have a significantly increased risk of developing the most common type of, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society. The study indicates that an increased risk of breast cancer may be another health risk incurred by young women who smoke.The majority of recent studies evaluating the relationship between...
Source : Medicalnewstoday |
Category : Others

Maternal smoking, hormonal stress up daughter's risk of nicotine use

new 40-year longitudinal study has warned that women who continue to smoke and live under stressful conditions during their pregnancy increase their daughter's chances of nicotine dependence later in life.Tobacco smoking by pregnant women has long been viewed as a public health risk because of smoking's adverse effects on the development of a fetus.Smoking during pregnancy is linked to numerous negative...
Source : News Track India |
Category : Health | City : Washington

Pregnant Women Can't Stop Smoking With Nicotine Patches

UrologyNicotine patches are of no help to pregnant women who want to stop smoking, reveals a study by researchers in France published by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Tuesday.Researchers in France asked more than 400 women who smoked at least five cigarettes a day to try either a nicotine patch or a dummy patch called a placebo.Only 11 women - 5.5 percent - in the nicotine patch group quit smoking...
Source : Medindia |
Category : Health
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