Smoking Harms Hearing, According To A New Japanese Study

Smoking Harms Hearing, According To A New Japanese Study

Smoking Harms Hearing, According To A New Japanese Study

It also seeks to find commonalities and differences among smokers worldwide to help shape the development of better approaches for tobacco harm reduction and smoking cessation across diverse cultures and economic conditions.

"Most smokers underestimate the effectiveness of professional help, but more people succeed with our Specialist Stop Smoking service than with any other way".

There are now about 250,000 e-cigarette users in the region.

"Kids who vape are more likely to start smoking cigarettes-notably kids who were otherwise not at a high risk of starting to smoke".

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The longer that a person smokes, the higher they are at risk for developing for high frequency and low-frequency hearing loss.

The Dartmouth researchers pulled data from a variety of national surveys of health and tobacco use to calculate how many years of life are gained or lost from e-cigarette use.

Soneji said one way to stop the rise in e-cigarette use among young people is to reduce the availability of "kid-friendly" flavors.

The study was published in Nicotine & Tobacco Research. "Negative coverage in the media has led to a misconception that vaping is unsafe, when the reality is that e-cigarettes have the potential to reduce the harm from tobacco caused to smokers, those around them and the wider society".

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Alex Clark, executive director of Consumer Advocates for Smoke-Free Alternatives Association, an e-cigarette industry lobby group, called the study's results "surprising", given government studies showing an overall decline in smoking.

'Although the tobacco industry markets e-cigarettes as a tool to help adult smokers quit smoking, e-cigarette use actually only marginally increases the number of adult cigarette smokers who are able to successfully quit, ' said the study's lead author Samir Soneji, PhD, an associate professor at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice.

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Due to the relative safety of e-cigarettes and their success in helping people quit, Yorkshire Cancer Research is calling for more support to be given to those who wish to vape. But half of all long-term smokers will die as a result of their smoking if they don't quit. "Vaping should be made a more convenient, as well as a safer option".

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