Investigators sought to determine the association between smoking and headache.
Abstinent smokers may have reduced preoperative pain tolerance and increased postoperative opioid use compared with nonsmokers.
A physician's insights on the growing vape market and whether or not vaping is a better option for smoking cessation.
This article discusses the most prevalent risk factors, as well as the clinical signs and symptoms, associated with RA.
This study also suggests that genetic factors, environmental factors and inflammation are independent predictors of radiographic progression in the SI joint in early axial SpA.
Age and cigarette smoking are associated with inflammatory joint signs in a high-risk cohort of RA first-degree relatives.
Smoking and the intense headaches could work together to cause vascular changes within the body, potentially interrupting blood supply to the brain, according to the study, published today in the journal Neurology.
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