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Reuters(Reuters) - Trying to stop smoking? Smokers have considerably more success when they use nicotine patches or prescription medications than when they try to go it alone, an international study found. Past research has yielded conflicting evidence on the...
Dear Amy: Approximately three years ago I became very sick with an upper respiratory infection that essentially never went away. The illness was bad enough to damage my lungs, leaving an asthmatic condition that has me on a daily steroid inhaler and a...
Tags: Asthma, Lungs and Airways
25 years ago: Bridge walk marred by suicide MACKINAW CITY -- More than 51,000 people walked across the Mackinac Bridge during the annual bridge walk, led by Gov. James Blanchard. The walk was marred by a suicide jump. Petunia auction raises $14,...
Another cigarette tax proposal is coming our way — and I'm all for it. As a father, a clergyman and a member of the community, I wholeheartedly support the new Healthy Maryland Initiative proposal to discourage tobacco use through cigarette tax...
Tags: Annapolis, Towson, World War II (1939-1945), Family, Prices
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Smokers who are trying to quit might want to take a jog the next time a cigarette craving overtakes them, a new research review suggests. Looking at 19 past clinical trials, researchers found that a bout of exercise...
According to the Centers For Disease Control, almost 20 percent of the adults in the United States are regular cigarette smokers. That's approximately 45 million people. In fact, cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the country....
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Children whose mothers smoked during pregnancy may have an increased risk of asthma - even if they were not exposed to secondhand smoke after birth, a large study of European children suggests. Many studies have found that...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - New recommendations from chest and cancer doctors call for lung cancer screening in older adults with a long history of smoking a pack a day or more — but also highlight the possible harms of screening, including a high...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Compared to people who've never smoked, former smokers have a higher risk of developing two inflammatory bowel diseases, Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, according to a new study. "The increased risk of ulcerative...
CW33 NEWSFrank Rosner has a certain spring in his step these days--because he has a new lease on life. To say he used to smoke is an understatement. "Only for about 35, 45 years,” Frank said. “I tried to quit and could not do it." Not until last...
Downtown stores plan sales Heart of Danville’s Downtown Lemons and Leftovers Sale will take place Friday and Saturday. With 13 downtown stores participating, merchants will offer sales and savings on items that may not have sold well or that need...
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