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osgood schlatters disease recovery. But when it The World Health Organization warns us that every eight seconds one person in the world die as a consequence of the harmful effects of tobacco. It is also estimated that in men in relation to smoking 90-95% of deaths from cancer of lung, 80% of deaths due to chronic obstructive lung disease, 50% of deaths from other malignant neoplasms and 30% of deaths from cardiovascular disease. In women, except of course the very strong risk factor of health-related malignancies, chronic pulmonary and cardiovascular diseases, harmful effects of smoking is associated with an increased risk of infertility, and pregnant women who smoke have a higher risk of miscarriage, premature birth and birth of a child less birthweight.
Passive smokers who inhale tobacco smoke increases the risk of death due to coronary heart disease by 25% and the risk of lung and bronchus cancer is about 35% higher than for non-smokers who are exposed to secondhand smoke. In infants and toddlers tobacco smoke leads to a significantly more frequent bronchitis and other respiratory diseases with allergic background. Particularly vulnerable groups of the population are teenagers, since they are in fixing the period of basic life principles, habits and behavior patterns.comes to injuries it is very important to begin treatment immediately, because it is unlikely that this syndrome, as well as perhaps some others go by itself.Initially, treatment begins by applying ice(cryotherapy) to the painful place, and rest. In very
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