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05 janvier 2016

Nouvelles sur le tabagisme de Stop-tabac.ch
Préparées par Jean-François Etter
Le 05 Janvier 2016


- What Eating 40 Teaspoons of Sugar a Day Can Do to You
- Can an App Really Help Manage Your Mental Health?
- Latest data finds no evidence that electronic cigarettes are a gateway to smoking for young people
- 3-D printing is revolutionizing the pharmaceutical industry
- Est-ce que l'usage du tabac provoque la psychose? Revue systématique et méta-analyse

What Eating 40 Teaspoons of Sugar a Day Can Do to You

Soda has been a major target in the debate over sugar and its role in the obesity crisis. But high levels of added sugars can be found in many seemingly healthful foods, from yogurts to energy bars and even whole-grain bread.

A new movie called That Sugar Film seeks to educate consumers about the hazards of consuming too much added sugar, which can be found in an estimated 80 percent of all supermarket foods. The new documentary stars an Australian actor-director, Damon Gameau, who modeled his movie after Super Size Me, the 2004 film that followed Morgan Spurlock as he consumed an all-McDonald's diet for 30 days.... Read more:

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/08/14/what-eating-40-teaspoons-of-sugar-a-day-can-do-to-you/?action=click&pgtype=Homepage®ion=CColumn&module=MostEmailed&version=Full&src=me&WT.nav=MostEmailed&_r=1 (17 08 2015)
(05 01 2016)


Can an App Really Help Manage Your Mental Health?

Suffering from anxiety, depression, insomnia, or even schizophrenia? It'll probably come as no surprise that there's now an app for that. With modern life completely dominated by smartphones and tablets, innovators in the field of mental health are rushing to develop ground-breaking digital solutions to the problems in our heads. But are they any good?... Read the article here:

http://www.vice.com/en_us/read/mental-health-apps-321 (18 08 2015)
(05 01 2016)


Latest data finds no evidence that electronic cigarettes are a gateway to smoking for young people

New research from the ASH Smokefree GB Youth Survey published today in the journal Public Health and backed by further data from the 2015 wave, finds no evidence that young people are being recruited to smoking through their use of electronic cigarettes. [1] [2]

Experimentation increased over three years with 4% of 11-18 year olds saying they tried electronic cigarettes once or twice' in 2013 rising to 10% in 2015. However, regular use of electronic cigarettes remained rare across all three years with 2.4% of young people saying they use electronic cigarettes at least once a month in 2015. Almost all of those reporting regular use were young people who had been or were currently smokers.... Read more

http://www.ash.org.uk/media-room/press-releases/:latest-data-finds-no-evidence-that-electronic-cigarettes-are-a-gateway-to-smoking-for-young-people (21 08 2015)
(05 01 2016)


3-D printing is revolutionizing the pharmaceutical industry

Over the past decade, 3-D printers have been hailed as changing everything from fashion to firearms.
Now, they're coming to the pharmaceutical business or, at least, they seem to be.
Earlier this month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first 3-D-printed pill:
Read the article :
http://www.businessinsider.com/3-d-printing-is-revolutionizing-the-pharmaceutical-industry-2015-8?IR=T (26 08 2015)
(05 01 2016)


Est-ce que l'usage du tabac provoque la psychose? Revue systématique et méta-analyse

L'usage quotidien de tabac est associé à un risque accru de psychose (schizophrénie) et à un plus jeune âge au début de la maladie psychotique. La possibilité d'un lien de causalité entre la consommation de tabac et de psychose mérite un examen approfondi.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26249303 (08 12 2015)
(05 01 2016)


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