Second hand smoke has been associated with various respiratory diseases and cancer. Does banning outdoor smoking really help decrease second hand smoke exposure?
Several medical reports have shown that cigarette smoking may result in major health damage, including the development of lung cancer and other respiratory and systemic diseases. Health organizations have also campaigned for quit smoking programs, even providing nicotine supplements to those who are seriously considering cutting this habit.
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Drinking a lot of beer comes with a price; not just a price tag, but a health price. It can cause serious health damage including high blood pressure, cirrhosis of the liver, pancreatitis, certain cancers, stroke, and even sudden death. A can of beer contains about 150 calories so throw several of them back and you also …Read more
Glaucoma is an eye health disorder characterized by damage to the optic nerve and a gradual loss in eyesight. Glaucoma is the second greatest cause of blindness in America, and aging, nearsightedness, high blood pressure, diabetes, and an injury to the eye can call increase your likelihood for developing it. According to a recent study conducted at the Harvard School of Public Health, America’s favorite way to kick start the day may also increase your risk for developing this eye …Read more
If you happen to glance and the mirror and see dull, aging skin you may want to consider using essential oils to help repair the damage that you see. Even if you don’t see dull skin or wrinkles today, you may want to consider using essential oils as a preventative measure from damage that can be caused to your skin over time. In addition to the wonderful benefits that essential oils provide your skin with, they may also provide dry, …Read more