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Indoor wood burning raises women’s lung cancer risk by 43%, says US study

Results from study involving 50,000 women suggest even occasional wood burning can contribute to lung cancer.

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Can fire smoke cause lung cancer?

And how does the risk compare with inhaling smoke from cigarettes?
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Thawing permafrost can expose northerners to cancer-causing gas, study says

Radon is an odourless, tasteless gas that comes from the ground. A new study out of the U.K. says people in the Arctic might be exposed to plumes of the cancer-causing gas as a protective layer of permafrost continues to thaw.
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Eating less meat can help reduce 75,000 premature deaths related to air pollution in China, study finds

Reducing the over-consumption of meat could help lower the concentration of a major air pollutant and avoid 75,000 premature deaths in China, a team led by Hong Kong researchers has found.

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Smoking, climate change may trigger risk of lung cancer: Doctors

Climate change, smoking and long term impact of Covid-19 pandemic could spurt an increase in lung cancer cases, according to experts.

Are Canadian uranium workers still more likely to die from lung cancer?
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Are Canadian uranium workers still more likely to die from lung cancer?

A study by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission is examining health data from 80,000 people who have worked in Canada’s uranium mines, mills and processing and fabrication facilities.
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