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- Cigarette Smoking and Lung Cancer: Pediatric Roots
A vast array of data suggests that early age of smoking onset enhances the risk for development of lung cancer in adulthood. Initiation of smoking at a young age may influence the development of lung cancer because of its effect on duration of smoking. Early onset of smoking also may serve as an independent risk factor. It may increase the likelihood that smoking occurs during a critical period of development that enhances susceptibility to the adverse effects of cancer causing agents in cigarette smoke, thereby facilitating the initiation of the carcinogenic process. While evidence for the latter hypothesis derives from a variety of sources, definitive proof has proven elusive.
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The aim of this study was to assess the potential dose-dependent effects of smoking on the risk of CHD, heart failure and stroke in individuals with type 1 diabetes. The study included individuals with type 1 diabetes who were participating in the Finnish Diabetic Nephropathy FinnDiane study. Intensity of smoking was estimated by packs per day and cumulative smoking by pack-years. Cox regression analyses were used to estimate the risk of incident CHD, heart failure or stroke during follow-up. One pack per day significantly increased the risk of incident CHD in current smokers compared with never smokers HR 1. The risk of CHD in former smokers was similar to the risk in never smokers.
In high-income countries, the biggest cause of premature death, defined as death before 70 years, is smoking of manufactured cigarettes. Smoking-related disease was responsible for about 41 million deaths in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada, cumulatively, from to Every million cigarettes smoked leads to one death in the US and Canada, but slightly more than one death in the UK. The 21 st century hazards reveal that smokers who start smoking early in adult life and do not quit lose a decade of life expectancy versus non-smokers. Cessation, particularly before age 40 years, yields large reductions in mortality risk. Up to two-thirds of deaths among smokers are avoidable at non-smoking death rates, and former smokers have about only a quarter of the excess risk of death compared to current smokers.
Cardiovascular risk of smoking and benefits of smoking cessation
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Corresponding Author: Jay H. Telephone: ; Fax: ; E-mail: lubinj mail. Jay H. Lerro, PhD, Stephanie J. Weinstein, PhD, Dale P.
Intensity of smoking was estimated by packs per day and cumulative smoking by pack-years. Cox regression analyses were used to estimate.
Cigarette Smoking and Lung Cancer: Pediatric Roots
It is characterized by poor quality of life, recurrent hospitalization, and increased mortality risk, due to worsening HF symptoms 2. The main goal of HF treatment is to reduce symptoms, morbidity and mortality, and improve the quality of life 3 , 4. According to the European Society of Cardiology Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of HF 5 , self-management is integral to achieving best patient outcomes, to reduce mortality and improve quality of life. Such self-care management includes smoking cessation, blood pressure control, lipid management, weight reduction, and symptom monitoring 6. Several epidemiological studies have documented an association between lifestyle variables, such as smoking, obesity and dietary pattern, and HF risk in the general population 6 - 8.
The objective of this study was to assess the relationship of pack-years smoking and time since smoking cessation with risk of lung and heart disease. We investigated the history of lung and heart disease in HIV-infected patients who had undergone thoracic computed tomography CT imaging stratified by smoking history. Among patients, Spirometry indicated chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in
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