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Electronic Cigarettes and Cardiovascular Risk: Science, Policy and the Cost of Certainty

… of e-cigarette use by an ever-growing population of tobacco-naive youth and adolescents. 4,5 In the US, for … the cardiovascular effects of e-cigarettes and other novel tobacco products. However, given the rapid evolution of the … work assiduously to prevent the uptake of e-cigarettes in tobacco-naive youth and adolescents through flavouring …

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Electronic Cigarettes and Cardiovascular Risk: Caution Waiting for Evidence

… societies, with the propensity to compete with traditional tobacco smoking. Some preclinical studies demonstrated the … cigarettes appears to be safer than that of traditional tobacco cigarettes. This article provides an up-to-date … system , heart , health , risk , cerebrovascular , tobacco , mortality , smoking , Disclosure: The authors have …

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Smoking and Angiotensin-converting Enzyme Inhibitor/Angiotensin Receptor Blocker Cessation to Limit Coronavirus Disease 2019

… than 7 million of those deaths being the result of direct tobacco use and around 1 million occurring in non-smokers … pandemic. Eur Cardiol 2020;15:e16. Crossref | PubMed WHO. Tobacco. Key facts. 2019. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/tobacco (accessed 27 May 2020). Hoffmann M, Kleine-Weber H, …

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The European Cardiovascular Arena - In Brief A Round-up of Trends, Statistics and Clinical Research

… Snuff Increases Risk of Fatal Heart Attacks A smokeless tobacco snuff called 'snus' - which is growing in popularity in Sweden, where it accounts for half of tobacco consumption - can cause a 30% increase in risk of … of Stockholm or Vasternorrland between 1992 and 1994. The tobacco habits of the men diagnosed with first-episode …

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Smoking Cessation as a Public Health Measure to Limit the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic

… attack pathogens. Second, nicotine, a major component in tobacco products, which promotes the secretion of … (accessed 14 April 2020). WHO. WHO report on the global tobacco epidemic 2019 . WHO: Geneva, 2020. https://www.who.int/tobacco/global_report/en/ (accessed 14 April 2020). European …

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Obesity and Cardiovascular Risk After Quitting Smoking: The Latest Evidence

… number of people with CVD are exposed to environmental tobacco smoke. 4 Such exposure should be avoided in CVD … sequential treatment for smoking and weight management in tobacco quitlines: 6 and 12 month outcomes from a randomized …

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Meditation and Cardiovascular Health: What is the Link?

… topic. Keywords Meditation , cardiovascular , health , tobacco , blood pressure , atherosclerosis , Disclosure: The … "insulin", "myocardial", "ischaemia", "smoking", "tobacco", "stress", "lifestyle" and "prevention"), the … deeper insight, but are yet to be fully understood. 10 Tobacco Use While smoking poses one of the major causes of …

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Menopause, Cholesterol and Cardiovascular Disease

… level checked around the time of the menopause. 5 Smoking Tobacco use is one of the most important risk factors for CVD … than women smoke, the important and encouraging decline in tobacco use among men is worryingly less apparent in women, …

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Behavioural Interventions to Reduce Cardiovascular Risk: Where Do We Stand?

… on CV risk. The importance of behavioural factors, such as tobacco and alcohol use, physical inactivity, unhealthy diet …

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