Category Archives: Lung Cancer

Herbs for Quit Smoking

A number of natural herbs produce the same effect as nicotine, yet is not addictive, and helps eliminate the desire to smoke. The dried leaves and flowers derived from such plant have a rather strong smell and when chewed, they … Continue reading

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Acupuncture for Quit Smoking #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Based on the traditional Chinese medicine, invisible life energy travels around the body along special pathways. The energy flow is critical for human health. When this energy flow gets blocked, people have health problems. An acupuncturist inserts thin sterile needles … Continue reading

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Hypnotherapy for Quit Smoking #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Drew Barrymore, Charlize Theron, Matt Damon, and Ellen DeGeneres all quitted their smoking with hypnosis. Drew Barrymore managed to kick a two to three pack a day habit that she had had since her teens with the assistance of hypnosis. … Continue reading

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What is Cold Turkey? #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

“Cold Turkey” is an expression describing the actions of a person who gives up a habit or addiction all at once. The term originates from the idea that cold turkey is a dish that requires little or no preparation in … Continue reading

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Quit & Alternative Smoking Strategies #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Different people have different reasons to quit smoking. The reason is not important. What is important is that you have taken the decision to quit smoking. This is a huge achievement. Meanwhile, don’t spoil it by rushing to the end … Continue reading

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Abstinence from Tobacco Smoking #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Combustion is the problem of the conventional cigarette smoking. When burned, all combustible matter produces toxins, including carcinogens. Smoking cigarettes is like burning dirty. The temperature of burning cigarette is low, and oxygen supply is scarce. Few toxins are specific … Continue reading

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Smoking Reduces Incidence of Some Diseases #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Tobacco smokers think that antismoking activists misrepresent research to make smoking seem more dangerous than it is. For example, smokers argue that many of the chemicals found in cigarette smoke, such as lead and arsenic, are found in much higher … Continue reading

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Tobacco is a Dirty Weed, I Like It #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Here is a poem by Graham Lee Hemminger, Penn State Froth, Tobacco. Tobacco is a dirty weed I like it. It satisfies no normal need. I like it. It makes you thin, it makes you lean, It takes the hair … Continue reading

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Four common Causes of Lung Cancer

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Picture of the Day

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Rebrand Smoking: Options for Quit and Alternative Smoking

The era that smoking cigarettes make you look sexy, help you relax, and lift your spirits is definitely vanishing. But this doesn’t mean it is the end of tobacco smoking. We still have long way to go. Historically, even death … Continue reading

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World Lung Cancer Day

August 1 is the World Lung Cancer Day. Kcancer would like to remind everyone of the dismal numbers and statistics associated with this disease. A lot has been achieved, but a lot more needs to be done. Let’s join hands … Continue reading

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