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4 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
Charlie McQuinn didn't think much about the cracks in the basement floor of his Cottonwood Heights home, where he maintains his office downstairs.
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6 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight
I especially love it when someone walks by me and, nonchalantly unaware, blows their poisonous gas my way.
7 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
Mad Men's Don Draper has made the deadly habit of smoking cool again - what we need is Mpower says Dr Miriam Stoppard Ever since Sir Walter Raleigh brought tobacco from the Americas in the 16th century, we've been under its power.
11 hrs ago | The Courier-Journal
House Bill 173 sailed through the House Health and Welfare Committee and got a rousing reception at a rally Feb. 12 at the Capitol where supporters touted its health benefits in a state with the nation's highest rate of smoking.
15 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Lung cancer is the only one of the four deadliest cancers in the United States that is not subject to routine screenings.
16 hrs ago | The Star Press
Every year, about 200,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with lung disease.
Parents who smoke around the house are putting their kids at risk for a raft of health risks, such as heart disease, poor lung development, and cataracts.
It was one year ago Saturday that Don Willey , one of the longest-serving members of North Royalton City Council, died of lung cancer.
According to the American Cancer Society, the lifetime risk of developing colorectal cancer is around 1 in 20. But according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are more than 20 million adults in the US who have never had the recommended screening for the disease, putting them at higher risk of dying from a ... (more)
An independent data-monitoring committee has recommended that the phase III METLung trial be stopped because of a lack of clinically meaningful efficacy.
January 11, 2014 marked the 50th anniversary of the publication of the first "Surgeon General's Report on Smoking and Health ."
Bavituximab, the company's lead immunotherapy candidate, is advancing in a Phase III SUNRISE trial for the treatment of second-line non-small cell lung cancer.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co on Tuesday said it plans this year to begin a late-stage trial testing whether a combination of two of its high-profile immunotherapies can effectively treat lung cancer, easing concerns about the company's intentions.
Forty-one initially seemed like a great age for Terry Firestein. He was busy with a new home, two sons and his dream job running a small body shop that restored British cars.
Senate accusations of prejudice have forced a US government agency to defend its actions over a proposed tightening of regulations concerning industrial workers' exposure to deadly silica dust.
In an exclusive interview with National Geographic, Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, shares her concerns about the consequences of legalizing the drug.
New Yorkers have made strides in efforts to reduce smoking rates for adults and youth - however, in the areas of cessation and tobacco prevention control and spending, there is still much more to be done.