Electronic cigarettes help to quit smoking
A new study from the University of Geneva confirms that electronic cigarettes may help to stop smoking. People who were using an electronic cigarette, smoking after a year or less regular cigarettes were completely stopped smoking. Of those who had stopped smoking and using an e-cigarette, was 6% after one month of starting smoking again. John Barban Reviews
22% after one month of those who currently smoke at the start of the study and e-cigarettes used was stopped, and 46% after one year.
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Soft drinks increase risk of endometrial cancer
Postmenopausal women who regularly drink soft drinks with added sugar, are at greater risk of developing hormone-sensitive endometrial cancer than women who rarely consume soft drinks. The higher the load, the greater the risk.
According to a study in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention
Among women with an average age of 61 years 4 times a week, a can of sweetened soft drinks (cola, lemonade) drink, almost 80% more likely to have endometrial cancer
compared with women who do not drink soda.
When sweetened fruit juices, the risk was 48% higher. In sugar-free soft drinks and sweetened foods like cookies and cake, no effect was found. , the effect was only seen at the (most common) hormone form of endometrial cancer, not the non-hormone-sensitive form.