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Washer, dryer could help firefighters reduce risk of cancer - The State

Wed, 2016-09-07 10:42

The State

Washer, dryer could help firefighters reduce risk of cancer
The State
Lugoff Fire-Rescue Chief Dennis Ray said the equipment cleans cancer-causing carcinogens from firefighters' protective gear. “We are literally in the fight for our lives in the firefighting profession today battling our exposure to carcinogens during ...

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Can eating chicken tails cause cancer or other diseases? - South China Morning Post

Sat, 2016-09-03 22:03

South China Morning Post

Can eating chicken tails cause cancer or other diseases?
South China Morning Post
The snack is often barbecued or grilled, a cooking process known for forming carcinogens, especially in the fat under the skin. However, this is true for all proteins, so Chow recommends limiting their intake and not eating any burnt part of barbecued ...

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ESC 2016: Smoke and Hot Lines, Capisce? - Medscape

Sat, 2016-09-03 14:15

Medscape

ESC 2016: Smoke and Hot Lines, Capisce?
Medscape
I fantasized about a giant snorkel that could reach over the top of the cloud of carcinogens to a stratosphere of clean air. By the end of the trip I was so ill with asthma and bronchitis I was digging in my purse for premium pseudoephedrine like a ...

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HHS Denies FOIA Request on Carcinogen Study - Morning Consult

Wed, 2016-08-31 13:13

HHS Denies FOIA Request on Carcinogen Study
Morning Consult
The Department of Health and Human Services denied a conservative advocacy group's Freedom of Information Request about communications on glyphosate, a herbicide at the center of a debate over potential carcinogens. The Free Market Environmental ...

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E-cigarettes cut down on exposure to harmful carcinogens, new study says - Cantech Letter

Mon, 2016-08-29 21:29

Cantech Letter

E-cigarettes cut down on exposure to harmful carcinogens, new study says
Cantech Letter
A new study on the health effects of e-cigarette use has found that tobacco smokers who switched to e-cigarettes showed marked decreases in known carcinogens and toxicants after only two weeks of e-cigarette use. In what the authors are calling the ...
E-cigarettes cut exposure to carcinogensThe Standard
Vaping as bad for your heart as smoking cigarettes, study findsTelegraph.co.uk

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E-cigarettes cut exposure to carcinogens - The Standard

Mon, 2016-08-29 09:36

Cantech Letter

E-cigarettes cut exposure to carcinogens
The Standard
A new study by American and Polish researchers found that tobacco smokers who switched to e-cigarettes substantially reduced their exposure to carcinogens (cancer-causing chemicals) and toxic substances after only two weeks, with their nicotine ...
E-cigarettes cut down on exposure to harmful carcinogens, new study saysCantech Letter
Where we stand now: E-cigaretteswtkr.com
Vaping as bad for your heart as smoking cigarettes, study findsTelegraph.co.uk

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E-cigarettes cut exposure to carcinogens - The Standard

Mon, 2016-08-29 09:36

Cantech Letter

E-cigarettes cut exposure to carcinogens
The Standard
A new study by American and Polish researchers found that tobacco smokers who switched to e-cigarettes substantially reduced their exposure to carcinogens (cancer-causing chemicals) and toxic substances after only two weeks, with their nicotine ...
E-cigarettes cut down on exposure to harmful carcinogens, new study saysCantech Letter
Vaping as bad for your heart as smoking cigarettes, study findsTelegraph.co.uk

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Experiment Confirms Lifesaving Potential of E-Cigarettes - Reason (blog)

Mon, 2016-08-22 06:56

Reason (blog)

Experiment Confirms Lifesaving Potential of E-Cigarettes
Reason (blog)
SmooreA new experimental study—the first of its kind, according to the authors—confirms that smokers can dramatically reduce their exposure to toxins and carcinogens by switching to e-cigarettes. "They are safer," the lead author, Maciej Goniewicz, ...

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DR.JOE: Carcinogens - CJAD

Mon, 2016-08-22 06:03

CJAD

DR.JOE: Carcinogens
CJAD
Improperly stored peanuts, corn and certain other grains can become contaminated with molds of the genus Aspergillus flavus. These molds produce aflatoxins which are potent carcinogens. The liver is the most likely organ affected, particularly if it's ...

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E-Cigs Have Fewer Carcinogens Than Cigarettes - WebMD

Fri, 2016-08-19 14:01

Bel Marra Health

E-Cigs Have Fewer Carcinogens Than Cigarettes
WebMD
"Our findings suggest that e-cigarette use may effectively reduce exposure to toxic and carcinogenic substances among smokers who completely switch to these products," study co-author Neal Benowitz, professor of medicine at the University of California ...
This Study Is The Last Thing Anti-E-Cig Crusaders Want To SeeDaily Caller
Vaping could prove promising for quitting smokingWBFO

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Report Finds Toxins/Carcinogens in Popular Brands of Toothpaste - YubaNet

Thu, 2016-08-18 15:16

Report Finds Toxins/Carcinogens in Popular Brands of Toothpaste
YubaNet
CI_ToxicToothpasteReportScorecardGraphic Aug. 18, 2016 – The latest report by The Cornucopia Institute, an organic industry watchdog, uncovers serious problems in cosmetics industry regulations. Regulatory weaknesses and loopholes allow for the use ...

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