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Types of cigarette toxins detrimental to human health

Types of cigarette toxins detrimental to human health

November 17th, 2016 | Rachael

It is well known that cigarette smoking is injurious to health. In terms of composition, smoking exposes the smoker to more than 4,000 deadly chemicals. Some of these chemicals are toxic and a lot are carcinogenic. However, knowing the major constituents can be helpful in assessing the deadliness of cigarette smoke.

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Simple foods to help detoxify from smoking

Simple foods to help detoxify from smoking

November 11th, 2016 | Rachael

Smoking generates toxins that slowly gets accumulated in the body. Cleansing all these toxins from the system is important to avoid adverse health effects. For example, cigarette smoke contains carbon monoxide, arsenic and tar that get stored in the body due to a prolonged use and most likely to cause damage to the body’s immune […]

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Healthy Lung Month: Reasons to quit smoking

Healthy Lung Month: Reasons to quit smoking

October 21st, 2016 | Rachael

Smoking might be a habit for many, but it never yields any good results. Lung diseases are common among people who smoke and there are many who are at a risk of developing lung cancer. Millions of people die every year due to illnesses related to smoking. Yet, smokers seem to ignore the warnings printed […]

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Drug usage trends among high school and college goers

Drug usage trends among high school and college goers

October 7th, 2016 | Rachael

Drug abuse at a young age is known to be a precursor to a lifetime of addiction and health problems. The earlier this habit is tackled, the higher the chances of recovery. Campuses have now become a center for drug use and exchange. Peer pressure, curiosity and managing the growing stress to achieve academically trigger […]

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5 myths that aggravate drug abuse problem

5 myths that aggravate drug abuse problem

September 29th, 2016 | Rachael

Drug addiction myths are ubiquitous. Some misconceptions are so widespread that they often create problems in recovery and treatment. The society stigmatizes the issue and the addicts are left to suffer the consequences. Busting myths around drug addiction is crucial, not only because drugs are harmful but also due to the fact that the problem […]

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Athletic teens: Heading from prescription pain relievers to heroin

Athletic teens: Heading from prescription pain relievers to heroin

September 23rd, 2016 | Rachael

The United States is experiencing an increase in deaths due to an overdose of prescription opioids such as pain relievers which have reached epidemic proportions. Synthetic and semisynthetic opioids, including the most commonly prescribed opioid pain relievers, continue to be the reason for maximum opioid-related deaths. In an effort to curb this crisis, the White […]

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Explained: Basics of detoxification

Explained: Basics of detoxification

August 29th, 2016 | Rachael

Detoxification is a necessary step in the process of recovery from addiction or dependence on substances like alcohol and drugs. Also known as withdrawal management, detox is a part of rehabilitation programs that helps people recover from drug or alcohol addiction. When somebody decides to go sober and lead a healthy life, he or she […]

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Children exposed to tobacco smoke at home prone to illnesses

Children exposed to tobacco smoke at home prone to illnesses

August 3rd, 2016 | Rachael

Smoking and its health threat to smokers are well known. However, the harmful effects of tobacco smoke on those who have to bear the brunt of secondhand smoke (SHS) are not always discussed. Also referred to as environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), SHS contains the same toxic chemicals, including nicotine, which smokers inhale. Nonsmokers exposed to […]

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Even moderate drinking may cause cancer

Even moderate drinking may cause cancer

July 7th, 2016 | Rachael

Statistics suggest Americans consume alcohol more than any other addictive substance. According to a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than six deaths in the United States are caused due to alcohol poisoning every day. These figures show the alarming volumes of alcohol consumed by Americans, which has left […]

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Text messages can help say no to smoking: Study

Text messages can help say no to smoking: Study

June 14th, 2016 | Rachael

Text messaging has been an integral part of day-to-day communications among people of all age groups. With its ubiquitous presence across social and business communication, text messages have moved beyond conventional dialogues. Today, text messaging has rendered its foothold in social campaigns that are crafted to influence a person’s life. In fact, a recent study […]

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