tabagism


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tabagism

An uncommon term that encompasses the acute and chronic, physical and psychological effects of tobacco abuse, e.g., tobacco dependence, tobacco poisoning.
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The etiology of SNHPT is multifactorial and relies on patients phototype and ethnicity [9, 22], lack of solar exposure [2, 25], overclothing [2, 25], lack of physical activity [26], low vitamin D and microelement intake (magnesium in particular) [8], high vitamin D storage in adipose tissue and muscle [27, 28], steatohepatitis [26], and tabagism [28].
Bone repair depends on migration, proliferation and differentiation of osteogenic cells into osteoblastic ones (Marks and Popoff, 1988) and this process can be altered by some patients' life habits such as alcoholism (Lima et al., 2011), tabagism (Bueno et al., 2011) and coffee consumption (Tsuang et al., 2006; Lacerda et al., 2010).
The ministers of tobacco-growing EU countries adopted, on 4 November in Verona, a joint declaration in which they underline that tobacco growing in Europe does not influence tabagism across the EU.
Finally, the frequent descriptions of Bailo's tabagism become very monotonous and smell of an easy expedient in the absence of more convincingly presented psychological traits.