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Year Number of Results
1942 1
1945 2
1946 9
1947 12
1948 9
1949 18
1950 18
1951 17
1952 24
1953 46
1954 96
1955 96
1956 96
1957 118
1958 96
1959 112
1960 114
1961 95
1962 123
1963 254
1964 417
1965 368
1966 365
1967 445
1968 684
1969 639
1970 728
1971 781
1972 877
1973 976
1974 996
1975 894
1976 932
1977 1027
1978 1059
1979 1107
1980 1171
1981 1152
1982 1340
1983 1385
1984 1574
1985 1645
1986 1613
1987 1589
1988 1851
1989 2018
1990 2110
1991 2047
1992 2176
1993 2140
1994 2284
1995 2324
1996 2479
1997 2513
1998 2611
1999 2795
2000 2967
2001 3251
2002 3309
2003 3600
2004 3992
2005 4521
2006 4779
2007 4942
2008 5397
2009 5708
2010 6026
2011 6312
2012 6896
2013 7005
2014 7442
2015 7470
2016 6820
2017 6141
2018 5432
2019 2367
2020 62
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Tobacco smoking: Health impact, prevalence, correlates and interventions.
West R. Psychol Health 2017 - Review. PMID 28553727 Free PMC article.
This paper reviews the extent and nature of harms caused by smoking, the benefits of stopping, patterns of smoking, psychological, pharmacological and social factors that contribute to uptake and maintenance of smoking, the effectiveness of population and individual level interventions aimed at combatting tobacco smoking, and the effectiveness of methods used to reduce the harm caused by continued use of tobacco or nicotine in some form. ...Implementing national programmes containing these components are effective in reducing tobacco smoking prevalence and reducing smoking-related death and disease....
This paper reviews the extent and nature of harms caused by smoking, the benefits of stopping, patterns of smoking, psychologi …
Smoking and the Skin.
Wollina U. Skinmed 2017 - Review. PMID 28705280
Smoking has been identified as a habit that carries great health risks. This review focuses on the consequences of smoking for skin diseases, treatment responses, and outcome. ...
Smoking has been identified as a habit that carries great health risks. This review focuses on the consequences of smoking for
[Smoking cessation in smokers with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease].
Underner M, et al. Rev Mal Respir 2014 - Review. PMID 25496790 French.
One out of two smokers who smoke throughout their lifetime will die from a disease related to smoking. Tobacco smoking therefore represents a major global public health issue. ...Stopping smoking reduces the risk of developing COPD and is an essential treatment for this inflammatory disease. Smoking cessation decreases the prevalence of respiratory symptoms, number of hospitalizations, and decline in FEV1, as well as exacerbation frequency and overall mortality. ...
One out of two smokers who smoke throughout their lifetime will die from a disease related to smoking. Tobacco smoking therefo …
Tobacco smoking: From 'glamour' to 'stigma'. A comprehensive review.
Castaldelli-Maia JM, et al. Psychiatry Clin Neurosci 2016 - Review. PMID 26449875 Free article.
We also explore current smoking behaviors, looking at trends in the prevalence of consumption throughout the world, discrimination against smokers, light and/or intermittent smokers, and the electronic cigarette (e-cigarette). We place these changes in the context of neuroscience, which may help explain why the cognitive effects of smoking can be important reinforcers for its consumption despite strong anti-smoking pressure in Western countries....
We also explore current smoking behaviors, looking at trends in the prevalence of consumption throughout the world, discrimination ag …
[Old age and smoking].
Menecier P, et al. Soins Gerontol 2017. PMID 28224961 French.
Although smoking declines with age, there are still many elderly smokers. The risks and harm of smoking remain, even in old age. An individual choice to start with, smoking becomes a collective issue in a nursing home. Stopping smoking always brings benefits, even after the age of 80....
Although smoking declines with age, there are still many elderly smokers. The risks and harm of smoking remain, even in old ag …
E-Cigarettes and Similar Devices
Jenssen BP, et al. Pediatrics 2019 - Review. PMID 30835247 Free PMC article.
Do E-cigarettes reduce smoking?
Wills TA and Sargent JD. Prev Med 2017. PMID 28583659
[Is smoking a chronic disease? No].
Peiffer G. Rev Mal Respir 2015. PMID 25840496 French.
A pilot investigation of the impact of smoking cessation on biological age.
Lei MK, et al. Am J Addict 2017. PMID 28106943 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Smoking is known to increase biological age. However, whether this process is reversible through smoking cessation is not known. ...CONCLUSION: The rapid and substantial reversal of accelerated aging associated with successful smoking cessation suggests that it can reverse well-known smoking effects on methylomic aging. ...
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Smoking is known to increase biological age. However, whether this process is reversible through smokin
Smoking and mental illness.
[No authors listed] Australas Psychiatry 2015. PMID 25614642
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