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Does smoking right after eating increase the risk of mouth cancer?

Dr. Liawaty Ho Dr. Ho
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Does smoking right after eating increase the risk of mouth cancer?

Smoking & cancer: Smoking- anytime, anywhere or after any activities- will increase your risk to develop many cancers- including lung cancer, bladder cancer, head and neck cancer, esophageal cancer etc. It is the cigarette, the amount of cigarettes that you use and how long you have exposed to it that is important, and not the activity that you do before /after/during the smoking. Please consider to quit smoking. ...Read more

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Can daily cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption increase the liklihood of getting cancer when there is no family history of cancer?

Can daily cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption increase the liklihood of getting cancer when there is no family history of cancer?

Yes, of course: Any smoking increases the likelihood of cancer. Smoking means purposely breathing in toxic chemicals, over and over... and that's a bad thing. Unfortunately, smoking is extremely addictive and is a good money-maker for the companies that grow, manufacture, ship, and sell tobacco products. ...Read more

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Does smoking increase the risk of bladder cancer?

Does smoking increase the risk of bladder cancer?

See doc: Bladder cancer is exceedingly common in smokers. Pleae consult your doctor to start a smoke cessation program. ...Read more

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How does smoking cigarettes increase the risk of bladder cancer, since the smoke never gets to the bladder?

How does smoking cigarettes increase the risk of bladder cancer, since the smoke never gets to the bladder?

Yes: Yes. Smoking is clearly a risk factor for bladder cancer (and also a certain type of kidney cancer). The reason this occurs is that we believe that the metabolites are degraded and pass through the urinary tract and through prolonged exposure to these carcinogens, the cells undergo malignant changes. ...Read more

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Does smoking increase my risks of getting vaginal cancer?

Does smoking increase my risks of getting vaginal cancer?

Possible but ????: The major risk factor for vaginal cancer is hpv or human papillomavirus infection. One case study showed double the risk for adenocarcinoma of the vagina in smokers, but other studies have not found this association. However, so many other cancers (mouth, lips, tongue, throat, esophagus, breast, bladder) are associated that there is every reason to quit. ...Read more

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What is the risk of eating dried tobacco?

What is the risk of eating dried tobacco?

When my brother was: Young he took a big bite off of chewing tobacco and swallowed it. He vomited for several hours. ...Read more

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Does drinking alcohol increase the risk of bowel cancer?

Does drinking alcohol increase the risk of bowel cancer?

Yes: Alcohol use is associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer. The exact mechanism is unknown, although it is speculated that acetaldehyde, which is produced by the interaction of alcohol and bacteria in our intestine, may be the culprit. ...Read more

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How does smoking tobacco increase the chances of cancer?

How does smoking tobacco increase the chances of cancer?

Greatly. Both: To the smoker and those inhaling the sidestream smoke. It has carcinogens. It causes >90% lung cancer, associated with h&n, pancreas, bladder cancer. Also destructive lung disease and heard and vascular disease. Epidemiologists claim smoking to age 35 will cause death in 50% of those exercising the freedom to smoke. ...Read more

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Does drinking alcohol increase the risk of colon cancer?

Does drinking alcohol increase the risk of colon cancer?

It depends: Some studies suggest a link between an increased consumption of alcohol and colorectal cancer. A study analyzing the korean population showed a higher rate of colon cancer in people who consumed alcohol regularly. In a north carolina study the opposite appeared to be true - alcohol consumption seemed to decrease the rate of colon cancer. Basically, there there is no strong evidence either way. ...Read more

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Can drinking alcohol increase the risk of breast cancer?

Can drinking alcohol increase the risk of breast cancer?

Yes: Studies show that women who drink more than 4 drinks per week are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer. This may be because alcohol can limit the liver's ability to break down estrogen, causing elevated estrogen levels. ...Read more

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Does cigarette smoking increase the chance of diabetes?

Not Exactly: It does make diabetes harder to treat. I know of no demonstrated proof of cause & effect (smoking being a direct cause of diabetes) but it certainly can cause someone to need more medication or even Insulin when they could control the diabetes other ways. It is not good for dibetics to smoke. If you need help, you md or dentist can help you devise a plan to stop smoking if you are ready. ...Read more

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Does smoking increase the risk of lung cancer?

Does smoking increase the risk of lung cancer?

Yes!: While cancer can occur in the lungs of non-smokers (specifically, pulmonary adenocarcinoma or metastatic carcinoma from another primary site), it is difficult to dispute the data that show lung cancer is more common in smokers than non-smokers. ...Read more

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Does smoking increase the risk of mesothelioma?

Does smoking increase the risk of mesothelioma?

No: Smoking does not increase the risk of mesothelioma. Asbestos exposure does. However, smoking increases the risk of several other types of lung cancer and being exposed to asbestos too drastically increases this risk. So, asbestos exposure increases mesothelioma but smoking +/- asbestos increases virtually all other types of lung cancer. ...Read more

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What is the health risk of using chewing tobacco occasionally?

What is the health risk of using chewing tobacco occasionally?

Oral Cancer: Even using chewing tobacco occasionally increases your risk for oral cancer. It can also cause periodontal disease, stained teeth, bad breath, altered taste and dry mouth, which can lead to increased tooth decay. Don, t use this product is you wish to stay healthy. ...Read more

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Mouth (Definition)

Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more


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Cancer or the mouth or oral cancer. See an oral surgeon or ...Read more