Longitudinal studies suggest e-cigarettes to be no more effective than already existing smoking cessation product
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Due to widespread adoption of population-based interventions to reduce tobacco use and prevent people from beginning to smoke, the prevalence of smoking among adults in the United States is at its lowest level since 1965, according to a report published by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The rate of cigarette smoking in […]
Studies suggest e-cigarettes no more effective at smoking cessation than other methods; long-term safety unknown
What does existing clinical literature say on the association between secondhand smoke and sleep disordered breathing in children?
How does the potential disease burden presented by tobacco cigarette smoke compare to that of electronic cigarette vapor?
The article, “Conflicting Evidence on Tobacco’s Effect on ESS Outcomes” (March 2012 issue), misquoted David Kennedy, MD, professor of rhinology at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center and Veterans Administration Hospital in Philadelphia.
Does smoking prevent sinus surgery from making patients feel better? Over the years, evidence and expert opinion have varied on this topic. As a result, some surgeons refuse to provide endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS) for active smokers, while others will operate because they believe surgery improves quality of life.
Mounting evidence suggests that human papillomavirus (HPV)-positive oropharyngeal cancer has an improved prognosis compared with HPV-negative disease. The most recent supportive evidence comes from an analysis of a Phase III trial presented at the 2009 annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.