Despite being known as extremely toxic and additive and costing over eight million lives per year, many people continue to smoke. It is estimated that there are 1.3 billion smokers in the world and 80 percent of them live in low- and middle-income countries. A defining characteristic of the tobacco industry has been its ability […]
Smoking has long been tied to lung cancer and other chronic respiratory diseases. But don’t you know that having too many cigarettes can also up your risk of breast cancer? Yes. And not just once, not twice, but three times.
New research warned smokers of the increased risk of dying from cancer of the prostate even after quitting. Smokers who continued smoking after being diagnosed of prostate cancer are more likely not to survive treatment. And even those who quit still carries the risks for the next 10 years.
by: Michael Sanford Cancer is a disease in which certain body cells don’t function right, divide very fast and produce too much tissue that forms a tumor. A leading cause of cancer deaths in both men and women is probably lung cancer. This is the number one cause of cancer deaths surpassing breast cancer as […]
[widget id=”ad_unit-10″]ad_unit-10[/widget]”Philip Morris USA agrees with the overwhelming medical and scientific consensus that cigarette smoking causes lung cancer, heart disease, emphysema and other serious diseases in smokers. Smokers are far more likely to develop serious diseases, like lung cancer, than non-smokers. There is no safe cigarette.” -From Phillip Morris USA From the National Cancer Institute: […]