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Childhood Trauma Can Increase Lung Cancer Risk

Childhood harms can lead to lung cancer. Adverse events in childhood have been linked to an increase in the likelihood of developing lung cancer in later life.

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Lung Cancer Symptoms, Stages and Treatment

Lung Cancer Symptoms, Stages and Treatment. What is lung cancer? How is lung cancer classified? This article relates on lung cancer symptoms and cure. Cancer is a class of diseases characterized by out-of-control cell growth, and lung cancer occurs when this uncontrolled cell growth begins in one or both lungs.

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Iflove Health Headlines Today: March for Healthy Body and Psychology

Iflove Health Headlines Today: March for Healthy Body and Psychology Here we conclude some interesting news about health and fitness. Please read the following headlines and see what to know next. Marriage, in Sickness and for Health Insurance After 12 years of unwedded bliss, two friends of mine recently got married. The reason: Her job […]

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Iflove Health and Fitness Headlines Today: Eat Less, Drink More for Your Long Life

Iflove Health and Fitness Headlines Today: Eat Less, Drink More for Your Long Life As a Chinese Saying goes, Eat Less, Drink More for Your Long Life. Everyone want to have a lonig-term life. But few western people understand what the Chinese has done for thousand of years. However, people of the western countries has […]

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Iflove Health News Summary This Week: Stand like a boy, sleep like a girl

Iflove Health News Summary This Week: Stand like a boy, sleep like a girl Here is a general colletion of health news and reviews this week. Ever thought of a healthier you? Join our health club and fine yourself to a perfect person. Come on. New Case Of Rubella Confirmed MILWAUKEE — A second case […]

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Genes may increase lung cancer risk among smokers, according to lung cancer study

Genes may increase lung cancer risk among smokers, according to lung cancer study In the latest project to use the findings of human genome research to assess individual health risks, a suite of new studies has found a genetic variant that can increase smokers’ risk of getting lung cancer by as much as 80 percent. […]

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