E-cigarettes are not safe for youth, young adults, and pregnant women, as well as adults who do not currently use tobacco products. Some e-cigarettes are made to look like regular cigarettes, cigars, or pipes. Some resemble pens, USB sticks, and other everyday items. The e-cigarette aerosol that users breathe from the device and exhale can contain harmful and potentially harmful substances, including:. It is difficult for consumers to know what e-cigarette products contain. For example, some e-cigarettes marketed as containing zero percent nicotine have been found to contain nicotine.
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Smoking cigarettes is a gendered activity with sex- and gender-specific uptake trends and cessation patterns. While global male smoking rates have peaked, female rates are set to escalate in the 21st century, especially in low and middle income countries. Hence, smoking cessation for women will be an ongoing issue and requires refreshed attention. Public health and health promotion messages are being challenged to be increasingly tailored, taking gender into account. Women-centred approaches that include harm-reduction, motivational interviewing and trauma-informed elements are the new frontiers in interventions to encourage smoking cessation for women.
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Instead of being a healthy pink, they were charcoal in colour and extremely inflamed from decades of tobacco residue clogging them up. The video, recorded by the surgeons, has been viewed more than 25million times on social media, with users dubbing it the 'best anti-smoking ad ever'. It was uploaded by the hospital with the caption: 'Do you still have the courage to smoke? Medics show off tar-blackened lungs after removing them from a year-old man who had been a chain smoker for 30 years. The patient had signed up to donate his organs after death, but medics quickly realised they would not be able to use them. Dr Chen, a lung transplant surgeon and also vice president of the facility, led the operation. He said: 'The patient didn't undergo a CT scan before his death. He was declared brain dead, and his lungs were donated shortly after that.