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studies support reduced risk potential of the vype epen e-cigarette




image: these are filter pads with e-cigarette aerosol (left) and smoke from reference cigarettes (right). view more credit: british american tobaccoscientists at british american tobacco (bat) have created the most comprehensive database of scientific test results, to date, for an e-cigarette (vyp...



scratch test -- wound healing disrupted by smoke but not by vype e-cigarette vap




a new laboratory study reveals that cigarette smoke completely prevented wound healing at concentrations over 20% in a wound healing assay, whereas e-cigarette vapour had no effect, even at 100% concentration and double the amount of nicotine relative to smoke (see figure 1).the scratch test involve...



vapor from novel tobacco hybrid device minimally impacts human cells




new laboratory data reveal that vapour from a novel hybrid tobacco heating product (thp) ifuse and two standard thps produced little or no effect on human cells in biological testing. 'our results suggest that these standard thps and our novel hybrid product have the potential to reduce smoking-rela...



how to measure potentially damaging free radicals in cigarette smoke




credit: american chemical societysmoking cigarettes can lead to illness and death. free radicals, which are atoms or groups of atoms with unpaired electrons, in inhaled smoke are thought to be partly responsible for making smokers sick. now researchers report in acs' journal chemical research in tox...



tai chi may help prevent falls in older and at-risk adults




an analysis of published studies indicates that tai chi may help reduce the number of falls in both the older adult population and at-risk adults. the findings, which are published in the journal of the american geriatrics society, offer a simple and holistic way to prevent injuries.tai chi is an an...



research measures potentially damaging free radicals in cigarette smoke




smoking cigarettes can lead to illness and death. free radicals, which are atoms or groups of atoms with unpaired electrons, in inhaled smoke are thought to be partly responsible for making smokers sick. now researchers from penn state college of medicine and college of agricultural sciences report ...



studies explore the potential benefits of red raspberries




lynden, wa - august 24, 2017 - initial findings from several studies - including both human subjects and animals - on the potential health benefits of red raspberries were presented earlier this year at the 2017 experimental biology conference in chicago. participants in short-term human trials expe...



e-cigarette use may encourage experimentation with tobacco, study finds




image: dr. catherine best. view more credit: university of stirlingyoung people who have tried an e-cigarette may be more likely to go on to smoke cigarettes compared with those who have not, a study led by university of stirling researchers has suggested.the research found a link between e-cigare...



how tai chi makes you stronger




in today’s world of high-intensity fitness fads, one might wonder whether tai chi—characterized by its slow, deliberate movements—is a worthwhile workout. but the ancient chinese practice has been linked to myriad health benefits, from improved immunity to lower blood pressure to reduced infla...



being overweight linked to longer life in older diabetics




among older patients with diabetes, those who are overweight or obese may have a lower risk of dying prematurely than their normal weight counterparts. the finding comes from a recent analysis of published studies.in the journal of diabetes investigation analysis of 20 studies with 250,016 patients ...



daily e-cigarette users had highest rates of quitting smoking




aug. 16, 2017 -- among u.s. adults who were established smokers in the past five years, those who use e-cigarettes daily were significantly more likely to have quit cigarettes compared to those who have never tried e-cigarettes. researchers at columbia university's mailman school of public health an...



no magic pill to cure alcohol dependence yet




a new study published by the scientific journal addiction has found no reliable evidence for using nalmefene, naltrexone, acamprosate, baclofen or topiramate to control drinking in patients with alcohol dependence or alcohol use disorder. at best, some treatments showed low to medium efficacy in red...



fda announces plan to cut nicotine in cigarettes




the us food and drug administration will work to cut the amount of nicotine in cigarettes to non-addictive levels, with the goal of preventing thousands of tobacco-related deaths a year. the surprise move sent shares of cigarette stocks plummeting.while the fda's effort is likely to be heavily oppo...



study confirms link between alcohol consumption, breast cancer risk in black wom




chapel hill - alcohol consumption is known to be a risk factor for breast cancer based on studies predominately done in white women. now a university of north carolina lineberger comprehensive cancer center study has found the same risk exists for black women, an understudied group.researchers found...



study shows childhood psychiatric disorders increase risk for later adult addict




washington, dc, july 3, 2017 - children's health and well-being while growing up can be indicators of the potential health issues they may encounter years later. a study published in the july 2017 issue of the journal of the american academy of child and adolescent psychiatry (jaacap) suggests that ...



better quality relationships associated with reduced dementia risk




positive social support from adult children is associated with reduced risk of developing dementia, according to a new research published today. conversely, negative social support is linked with increased risk, according to the 10-year follow-up study carried out by a team of researchers from the u...



e-cigarettes less addictive than cigarettes, path study shows




people who regularly use electronic cigarettes are less dependent on their product than those who regularly use traditional cigarettes, according to penn state college of medicine researchers.while cigarette use has declined in recent years in the united states, the use of e-cigarettes is increasing...



pcsk9 inhibitior bococizumab produces varying results




bococizumab significantly reduces cardiovascular events in high-risk patients with high ldl cholesterol levels. development of the drug was stopped after some patients experienced a reduction in cholesterol lowering over time. new results from the clinical trial program, spire (studies of pcsk9 inhi...



low carb diet vs. low fat diet: research offers a new answer




if there’s one message that most people get about their diet, it’s to cut back on fat. too much fat, especially the saturated fat and cholesterol found in animal meat, dairy products and cheese, can clog up arteries and lead to heart disease, stroke and obesity.but fat may not be only culprit in...



how to pave over our big butt problem




image: researchers at rmit university in melbourne, australia, led by dr. abbas mohajerani, have discovered how to use cigarette butts in the production of a better form of asphalt. view more credit: rmit universitysoon the footpath you walk on could be full of cigarette butts, instead of being li...



uthealth researchers find e-cigarette flavors linked to use in youth and young a




houston - (april 1, 2017) - flavored e-cigarettes and e-cigarette marketing could be increasing e-cigarette use among youth and young adults, according to researchers from the michael & susan dell center for healthy living at the university of texas health science center at houston (uthealth) school...



a personalized approach to alzheimer's disease prevention




alzheimer's disease (ad) is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking, and behavior. it affects more than 5 million americans. the alzheimer's association estimates that some 16 million people will develop the disease by the year 2050 if an effective treatment is not discovered. ...



paracetamol during pregnancy can inhibit masculinity




paracetamol is popular for relieving pain. but if you are pregnant, you should think twice before popping these pills according to the researchers in a new study. in an animal model, paracetamol, which is the pain-relieving substance found in the pills, actually damages the development of male behav...



new target for parkinson's disease identified by emory researchers




emory investigators have discovered a novel link between a protein called sv2c and parkinson's disease (pd). prior work had suggested that the sv2c gene was associated with the curious ability of cigarette smoking to reduce pd risk. the new research published online in the proceedings of the nationa...



national study looks at tobacco advertising and susceptibility to use tobacco am




among 12- to 17-year-olds who have never used tobacco products, nearly half were considered receptive to tobacco marketing if they were able to recall or liked at least one advertisement, report a coalition of behavioral scientists in a new national study. receptivity to tobacco ads is associated wi...