Smokers who switch to vaping could soon ‘have healthier hearts’ | NHS Behind the Headlines

Smokers who switch to vaping could soon ‘have healthier hearts’ | NHS Behind the Headlines

Hi, I’m Naomi and welcome to Behind the Headlines, the science behind the news. This week, BBC News reported that smokers can improve the health of their hearts within weeks of switching to e-cigarettes. In a new study researchers recruited 114 smokers about two-thirds of whom were willing to switch to e-cigarettes while a third […]

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Would Taxing Unhealthy Foods Improve Public Health?

Would Taxing Unhealthy Foods Improve Public Health?

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2017 Beyond the Data — E-cigarettes: An Emerging Public Health Challenge

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The Healthy Food Movement: Strength in Unity

dietary changes appeared to be shifting universally towards a diet dominated by higher intakes of calorie dense foods corn syrup and sugar animal products and oils thanks to global agricultural policies that have built in a long-term focus on creating things like cheap corn consumption of these foods high in saturated trans fats salt and […]

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Loneliness

Loneliness

Everybody feels lonely from time to time. When we have no one to sit next to at lunch, when we move to a new city, or when nobody has time for us at the weekend. But over the last few decades, this occasional feeling has become chronic for millions. In the UK, 60% of 18 […]

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Healthcare, Ethics, & Postmodernism | Philosophy Tube

Healthcare, Ethics, & Postmodernism | Philosophy Tube

Hey As you can probably tell, I’m not feeling so good, so I’m going to be doing most of today’s episode from right here. I’ve got my Lemsip, I’ve got my chimpanzee – let’s talk about healthcare. PART 1 – Personal Responsibility In the my country the UK we have free healthcare – at time […]

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Smoking Cessation: It’s time to quit

Smoking Cessation:  It’s time to quit

we want you to know it’s important for you to quit smoking and that’s because smoking is responsible for 87 percent the lung cancers every year in the United States minute smoke are 23 times more likely to develop lung cancer the men and women that smoke are 13 times more likely to develop lung […]

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