Smoking and Health Research Frontiers
Smoking is a greater cause of death and disability than any single disease, says the World Health Organisation. According to their figures, it is responsible for approximately five million deaths world-wide every year. Tobacco smoking is a known or probable cause of approximately 25 diseases including cancer, heart attacks and strokes. The WHO says that its impact on world health is still not fully assessed. This book offers leading edge research from around the globe with a focus on smoking cessation and the effects of passive smoking on health.
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The Effect of Passive SmokeExposure on Fertility
Cardiovascular Effects of Passive Smoking in Adults and Children
Maternal Smoking Influences Health and Development of a Child
Assessment of Steroid Disruption and Metal Concentrations in Human Placenta Effects of Cigarette Smoking
The Effects of Cigarette Smoking on the Human Plasma Tocopherols Levels
Smoking and its Effects on the Periodontal and PeriImplant Tissues
Passive Smoking in Oral Health Research
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