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Damage to Brain Network Curbs Urge to Smoke
A study finds that injuries to certain areas of the brain were associated with quitting smoking more quickly, easily, and with no cravings.
Damage to Brain Network Curbs Urge to Smoke
Damage to Brain Network Curbs Urge to Smoke

A study finds that injuries to certain areas of the brain were associated with quitting smoking more quickly, easily, and with no cravings.

A study finds that injuries to certain areas of the brain were associated with quitting smoking more quickly, easily, and with no cravings.

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Maternal smoking during pregnancy alters placental function and fetal growth
Roni Dengler, PhD | Feb 3, 2022
Smoking during pregnancy changes marks on placental DNA, altering its responses to environmental stressors.
The Epigenetic Origins of Allergy and Asthma
The Scientist Speaks Ep. 15 - The Epigenetic Origins of Allergy and Asthma
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Feb 26, 2021
Epigenetic marks acquired from environmental exposures throughout life influence human health and may even transcend generations.
Your Partner’s Genome May Affect Your Health
Catherine Offord | Jan 5, 2021
A study using data from more than 80,000 couples finds evidence of indirect genetic effects on traits ranging from smoking habits to mental health.
Even Healthy Tissues Carry Clusters of Cells with Mutations: Study
Ashley Yeager | Jun 7, 2019
Most of the genetic alterations are harmless, but some may contribute to cancer.
Nicotine’s Effects Passed On Through Generations of Mice
Kerry Grens | Oct 16, 2018
Male rodents exposed to nicotine had changes in sperm genome methylation and produced pups and grandpups with abnormal behavior.