Smoking Bans Reduce Heart Attacks

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Smoking Bans Reduce Heart Attacks

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Smoking bans cut heart attacks, two separate studies show.

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Tags: Heart, Heart Disease, Heart Attack, Thrombotic Event, Smoking Cessation

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Fewer Heart Attacks Seen After Smoking Bans | Fox News Latino

latino.foxnews.com — “When the smoking bans began, the number of sudden deaths from heart attacks dropped from 152 per 100,000 to 76, which is a 50 percent drop. View full resource at latino.foxnews.com

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Study Confirms Smoke-Free Workplaces Reduce Heart Attacks

newswise.com — “Mayo Clinic researchers have amassed additional evidence that secondhand smoke kills and smoke-free workplace laws save lives. The study will be presented to the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions on Monday in Orlando.View full resource at newswise.com

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Mayo Clinic Study Confirms Smoke-Free Workplaces Reduce Heart Attacks | EHS Today

ehstoday.com — “New research from the Mayo Clinic shows that the incidence of heart attacks and sudden cardiac deaths was cut in half among Olmsted County, Minn., residents after a smoke-free ordinance took effect. Adult smoking dropped 23 percent during the same time frame, as the rates of other risk factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and obesity remained stable or increased.View full resource at ehstoday.com

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Smoke-free workplace laws help reduce heart attacks and save lives

news-medical.net — “Mayo Clinic researchers have amassed additional evidence that secondhand smoke kills and smoke-free workplace laws save lives.View full resource at news-medical.net

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How Does Smoking Affect the Heart and Blood Vessels?

nhlbi.nih.gov — “Cigarette smoking causes about 1 in every 5 deaths in the United States each year. It is the main preventable cause of death and illness in the United States.View full resource at nhlbi.nih.gov

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Heart attacks fewer since smoking ban | The Columbus Dispatch

dispatch.com — “Fewer hospital and urgent-care visits for heart attacks have been reported since a state smoking ban was enacted, Ohio Department of Health studies show.View full resource at dispatch.com

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Smoking Bans Do Not Reduce Heart Attacks - Forbes

forbes.com — “There's been much crowing in recent years, as the smoking bans roll out across the country (indeed, across countries), about how heart attack rates are falling as a result. These claims are accompanied by the statistics from one area or another and of course a significant drop in heart attacks [...]View full resource at forbes.com

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Smoking Bans Do Not Reduce Heart Attacks - Yahoo! News

news.yahoo.com — “Read 'Smoking Bans Do Not Reduce Heart Attacks' on Yahoo! News. There's been much crowing in recent years, as the smoking bans roll out across the country (indeed, across countries), about how heart attack rates are falling as a result. These claims are accompanied by the statistics from one area or another and of course a significant drop in heart attacks just as the smoking ban becomes active in that area.The sad thing is that, if we consider these claims along the lies, damned lies and statisView full resource at news.yahoo.com

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CDC: More States Need to Go --'Smoke-Free--™

webmd.com — “People are banned by law from smoking in bars, restaurants, or work sites in half of all states in the U.S., but more action is needed to reduce heart disease and lung cancer caused by secondhand smoke, the CDC says in a new report.View full resource at webmd.com

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Learn how second hand smoke can trigger #heart attacks in a new Institute of Medicine report: http://tinyurl.com/4smzolb. #heartmonth

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Mass. smoking-cessation program reduced heart attack rates - Related Stories - ANA SmartBrief

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Heart Attack Hospitalization Reduced by Tobacco Cessation Medication

medindia.net — “A decrease in hospital admissions for heart attacks and for coronary atherosclerosis has been noted with the use of tobacco cessation medication.View full resource at medindia.net

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#commonsense #health intervention - get people to quit smoking & they wont be readmitted as often for heart attack http://bit.ly/eXDpVW

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Smoking Bans Cut Heart Attacks and Costs - New Studies

prlog.org — “Smoking Bans Cut Heart Attacks and Costs - New Studies. Two new studies show how communities can cut the number of heart attacks - and slash unnecessary medical care expenses - at virtually no cost, confirming many earlier similar studies, says Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) - PR11039534View full resource at prlog.org

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Mass. Smoking Ban Might Be Linked to Fewer Fatal Heart Attacks

newswise.com — “A new study finds that the number of deadly heart attacks in Massachusetts fell by more than 7 percent after the state outlawed smoking in workplaces, a possible sign that the ban contributed to better health.View full resource at newswise.com

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