In cases of bowel, kidney, ovarian and liver cancer, obesity is a bigger risk factor.
Anti-smoking campaigns and the use of statins have helped to reduce the mortality rate.
The new study links passive smoking – ie, involuntarily inhaling smoke from other people’s cigarettes – with future offsprings’ asthma risk.
We can get on board with this.
The move is part of a wider drive to encourage women to stop smoking.
Researchers hope the findings will help people make more informed decisions about their drinking.
According to latest figures from the US, e-cigarettes are now the top high-risk substance used by teenager