Patients at risk of rheumatoid arthritis may wonder if there are lifestyle factors that play a role. What are some of the factors that you can discuss with them, and what can you recommend they do?
Rates of biochemically verified cannabis use early in pregnancy increased by 25 percent during versus 15 months before the pandemic.
Large study of Hispanic adults shows association with risk for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease before age 50.
Teens who use e-cigarettes are at an increased risk of transitioning to combustible tobacco products.
Researchers outline diagnostic and treatment options for oral leukoplakia including use of carbon dioxide (CO2) laser therapy.
Likelihood of using substances up when youth were stressed by pandemic-related uncertainty, family experienced material hardship.
Factors associated with use or nonuse found to be similar between the groups
A detailed smoking history may help to inform patient outcomes.
Teens who use alcohol, cannabis, tobacco, or illegal drugs are more likely to develop life-long substance abuse disorder than those who start at a later age.
Researchers conducted a systematic review of the literature to examine the correlation between tobacco smoking cessation and change in mental health.
While past research has found that young smokers are more likely to attempt to quit smoking, findings regarding age and success of quitting is conflicted. This study examines the degree to which smoker age is related to making quit attempts and quit success.
High-strength nicotine electronic cigarettes have the potential to help people with schizophrenia spectrum disorders quit or reduce smoking.
Vaping cannabis appears to be more harmful than cigarettes and electronic cigarettes, according to a recent study.
Grandmaternal smoking during pregnancy is associated with a higher asthma risk and lower lung function in male grandchildren.
Concomitant treatment of common comorbidities of HS, including anxiety and depression, metabolic syndrome, and smoking, may improve treatment outcomes.
There is a negative association between medical and recreational cannabis stores (dispensaries) and opioid-related mortality.
Electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use may be associated with an increased risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Patients with cancer who receive intense smoking cessation treatment are compared with patients who receive standard treatment to analyze the intervention’s impact on the likelihood of quitting smoking.
In addition to smoking, abdominal pain, bloating, and anemia also are strongly associated with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth.
Smoking is consistently seen as a risk for various cancers, and in recent years it has been connected to colorectal cancer in particular.