Health News on March 17, 2011
New 'dissolvable tobacco' products up mouth disease risk
A new study has suggested that the new genre of 'dissolvable tobacco' products - pop-into-the-mouth replacements for cigarettes - has the potential to cause mouth diseases as well as other problems. ANI
Swimming too often in chlorinated water 'ups bladder cancer risk'
Spanish researchers have warned that people who regularly swim in chlorinated water or take lots of showers or baths could increase the risk of developing bladder cancer. ANI