Stop smoking treatments – NHS Choices
They can provide help and advice and refer you to an NHS Stop Smoking … your risk of heart attack and heart disease will have fallen to about half that of a smoker …. or breastfeeding; people with epilepsy; people with advanced kidney disease … including some of the same cancer-causing agents produced from tobacco …
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Smoking? | Advice to help you stop smoking | NHS SmokeFree
Local stop smoking services. Meet for individual or group sessions to get face-to-face support and advice from our trained NHS advisers. Find us on Facebook. Find us on …
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Should ALL smokers over 40 be tested for cancer?
Daily Mail, on Mon, 18 Feb 2013 18:22:19 -0800
The statistics make for grim reading, with the five-year survival rate for a stage-four (advanced) cancer between 2 and 5 per cent. Worryingly, 85 … But in order to catch the cancer while it is still treatable, some experts are calling for a national …
The science of healthy habits – Cancer Research UK – Science …
Smoking, being overweight or obese, eating an unhealthy diet, and drinking too much alcohol are all preventable causes of cancer, and more than four in ten cases could be prevented by changes to lifestyle. So it's easy … In this post we'll look at some of the HBRC's current projects, including whether weight loss can help cut cancer risk, what advice cancer survivors want about their lifestyle, and how people make decisions about whether to go for cancer screening.
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