Smoking E-Cigarettes Can Cause Heart Attacks
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Smoking E-Cigarettes Can Cause Heart Attacks

A new study, an electronic cigarette, also known as vaping, could almost double the risk of heart attack. Most of us know that smoking cigarette is harmful to your health and can cause a number of health problems, including lung cancer. But how many of us really know that electronic cigarettes are harmful to health compared to traditional cigarettes? A new study, an electronic cigarette, also known as vaping, could almost double the risk of heart attack.   Previously, a 2016 study published in Environmental Science & Technology identifies emissions…

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5 tips to stay slim after you give up cigarettes
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5 Tips To Stay Slim After You Give Up Cigarettes

Hoping to achieve a slim and slim figure, many people, especially young women, seem to have been victims of this widespread fear and misconception that abandonment leads to weight gain. Tobacco in all its forms, including tobacco, increases the risk of serious illnesses such as heart disease, respiratory disease, cancer, etc. In fact, studies have shown that smoking affects fat distribution and can lead to short-term weight gain. It is believed that this is one of the reasons why women who smoke tend to have fats around the waist, creating…

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4 per cent of Indian women experience menopause before 35- Survey
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4 percent of Indian women experience menopause before 35: Survey

According to a recent survey by the Institute for Social and Economic Change, about four percent of postmenopausal Indian women between the ages of 29 and 34 and about eight percent in the 35-39 age group due to a difference in the way of life. However, menopause usually occurs between the ages of 49 and 52 years. “During menopause, estrogen levels in women decrease by limiting the efficacy of osteoblasts, as a result, bones are weaker than men, estrogen reduces calcium absorption less and bone density reduces the reduction that…

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