nicotine-oral inhalation Related Diseases & Conditions

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  • COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) COPD or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a lung condition caused by smoking tobacco, exposure to secondhand smoke,...learn more »
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    COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Article
    • COPD facts
    • What is the definition of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)?
    • What causes COPD?
    • What are the signs and symptoms of COPD?
    • What increases your risk for developing COPD?
    • What are the four stages of COPD?
    • What other diseases or conditions contribute to COPD?
    • What kind of doctor treats COPD?
    • When to Seek Medical Care for COPD
    • How is COPD diagnosed?
    • What is the treatment for COPD?
    • What lifestyle changes (diet, exercise) and home remedies and care are recommended for people with COPD?
    • What medications treat COPD?
    • What other supplemental therapies help treat COPD complications and symptoms?
    • What surgery is available to treat COPD?
    • Can COPD be prevented?
    • What is the prognosis for a person with COPD?
  • Smoker's Lung: Pathology Photo Essay Smoker's lung photo essay is a collection of pictures and microscopic slides of lung disease caused by cigarette smoking....learn more »
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    Smoker's Lung: Pathology Photo Essay Article
    • Smoker's lung introduction
    • What is the structure of the normal lung?
    • What processes determine normal function of the lung?
    • What are the abnormalities (diseases) in smoker's lung?
    • What happens to the lung in emphysema?
    • How does emphysema come about?
    • Why does smoker's lung look black?
    • What happens to the airways in chronic bronchitis?
    • Are smokers with COPD predisposed to developing pneumonia?
    • What about lung cancer in smokers?
    • Are any of the pulmonary consequences of smoking reversible?
    • From what do smokers die?
  • Smoking (How to Quit Smoking) Smoking is an addiction. More than 430,000 deaths occur each year in the U.S. from smoking related illnesses. Secondhand smoke or...learn more »
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    Smoking (How to Quit Smoking) Article
    • Smoking and quitting smoking facts
    • What problems are caused by smoking?
    • What are the symptoms and signs of cigarette addiction?
    • What are the steps in quitting?
    • Getting ready to quit smoking
    • On the day you quit smoking
    • Staying quit
    • What methods can help a person quit smoking?
    • Nicotine replacement therapy to quit smoking
    • Nicotine patches
    • Nicorette gum
    • Nicotine lozenges
    • What prescription products are available for smoking cessation?
    • How can nicotine-containing products be used safely?
    • What are e-cigarettes?
    • Is an e-cigarette harmful?
    • Is secondhand smoke from e-cigarettes harmful?
    • What is in the future for smoking?
  • e-Cigarettes e-cigarettes are replaceable or refillable cartridges or containers that are smokable and hold a liquid that contains solvents,...learn more »
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    e-Cigarettes Article
    • What are e-cigarettes?
    • Do e-cigarettes contain nicotine?
    • Are e-cigarettes safe to use, and what are the side effects?
    • Do e-cigarettes expel secondhand smoke?
    • Do e-cigarettes help with smoking cessation?
    • Are e-cigarettes addictive?
    • How many people use e-cigarettes?
  • Weight Control and Smoking Cessation One concern smokers have when considering quitting smoking is weight gain. Not everyone will gain weight when they stop smoking....learn more »
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    Weight Control and Smoking Cessation Article
    • Weight control and smoking cessation introduction
    • Will I gain weight if I stop smoking?
    • What causes weight gain after quitting?
    • Can I avoid weight gain?
    • Accept yourself
    • Get regular, moderate-intensity physical activity
    • Limit snacking and alcohol
    • Consider using medication to help you quit
    • Consider getting professional advice about weight control
    • Will weight gain hurt my health?