Married people may be likelier to survive cancer
Researchers found a strong tie between tying the knot and clearing cancer. Married cancer patients are less likely to die of their disease than those who aren't wed, a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology suggests.
Big cigarette tax hikes might prevent 200m deaths in a century
Tripling cigarette taxes around the world — an ambitious notion — would prevent 200 million people from dying prematurely over a century and shrink the number of smokers worldwide by one-third, a new review published in the New England Journal of Medicine estimates.