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Switching to vaping "helps the hearts of smokers"

Copyright Getty Images Smokers can improve their heart health within weeks of switching to electronic cigarettes, which is the biggest test of its kind. A one-month study of 114 smokers suggested that vaping had the potential to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. The team at Dundee University emphasized that vaping is not "safe" – less harmful than …

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Former Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas is praised by Prince Harry

Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas talks with the Duke of Sussex about how his HIV diagnosis inspired him to live his life to the fullest and educate others about the virus. Harry and the former Wales captain spoke about the virus as part of a powerful new movie released by the Terence Higgins Trust to mark National HIV Testing Week, …

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Texas DSHS Confirms First Infant Death by RGV – KGBT-TV

Texas DSHS Confirms First Infant Death By Flu RGV KGBT-TV Flu Starts Early In US This Season CNN Flu 2019 is here. Vaccine to maintain herd immunity – and protect everyone. NBC News Flu season has already turned deadly; CDC Reminds You to Take the Flu Shot WWLP-22News One problem with the flu shot? Not enough people take it to …

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Illiterate people are twice as likely to develop dementia, study says

Researchers studied 983 adults over 65 years of age living in the New York area of ​​Washington Heights who had four or less years of school. Visiting participants' homes, scientists performing tests of memory, language, and visual or spatial abilities, During these visits, they were diagnosed with dementia based on standard criteria. Illiterate participants performed worse than these tests. In …

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Former FDA Advisor Requests Ban on LASIK Eye Surgery – BGR

LASIK is one of the most popular types of eye procedures around. Once too expensive, laser eye surgery is now cheaper than ever, and patients often experience very little downtime afterwards. Many and many people love their results, but that does not mean that in some cases there are no complications, sometimes severe complications. Now, a former advisor who works …

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Health Authority Warns of Possible Exposure to Hepatitis A at Center City Restaurant

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) – The Philadelphia Department of Public Health issued a warning Friday after confirming that a person working at an Italian restaurant in Center City had acute hepatitis A. Officials Recommend Anyone Visiting Ristorante La Buca receives a hepatitis A vaccine between October 28 and November 15 as soon as possible after a restaurant worker becomes infected with the …

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Vaping Instead of Smoking Can Be Better Heart Health

A new study published Friday in the journal of the American College of Cardiology suggests that the heart health of older smokers may benefit from the switch to e-cigarettes. A study of 114 found early measures to improve blood vessel health, i. as a "vascular stiffness" within a month of switching from flammable cigarettes to their electronic counterparts. "The ability …

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Apple prohibits all Vaping applications from the Apple App Store

Apple has released its App Store of 181 vaping apps, citing a rash of recent vaping-related injuries and death reports. As of Friday, vaping-related applications will no longer be enabled on the service, Axios first reported. Apple has confirmed to Gizmodo that users who have downloaded vape apps will still be able to use them and transfer them to new …

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