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Even a single cigarette each day increases mortality risk by 64%.
Multivitamin supplements fail to boost cardiovascular health.
Mom’s influence may trump kid’s own habits.
Flight attendants get more cancers.
Even minimal levels of alcohol may influence both short- and long-term health.
This study was inadequately powered to assess long-term safety of alcohol.
Self-reported attendance at religious services is linked with longevity.
It is estimated that 2.7 million Americans are dependent on marijuana.
Forty-nine states saw significant increases in suicide rates in the last two decades.
Opioid deaths are higher than those due to hypertension, pneumonia and HIV/AIDS combined.
Six children have died this year in the U.S. from being left in hot cars.
Don’t let your logic be diluted by nonsense.