Higher tobacco prices, new policies, new attitudes decrease smoking rates among teens. Exercise, herbals, acupuncture, yoga can all help smokers to quit.
Officials are alarmed at the increasing rates of gastroschisis, a potentially deadly birth defect of the abdominal wall believed to occur from environmental exposures.
The California state Senate passed a bill raising the smoking age from 18 to 21, but a new study suggests it might do little to reduce nicotine addiction and deaths.
Growing up with a parent who parents who smoke may increase the risk for COPD in later life, especially if your mom was a heavy smoker and you smoke, too.
Big Tobacco companies must publicly disclose the harmful effects of smoking. A U.S. District Court upheld a ruling of 15 years ago to this effect.
In the next 5 years, an injection could become available that stops people’s cravings for cigarettes, alcohol, food, and other vices.
Being stressed out at work is just as bad as regularly being exposed to second-hand smoke, a new at Harvard Business School and Stanford University finds.
New research shows that smokers who use low-nicotine cigarettes may be more able to kick the smoking habit than those who do not use them.
Smoking in your car with children present will soon be illegal in England and Wales, with the initial fine being 77 dollars.
There just may be a way to mitigate the damage caused by smoking cigarettes, and the result could be a financial blockbuster to anyone who patents it.
In light of smoking dangers, a series of gross videos of damaged, blackened lungs have recently been released as part of another anti-smoking campaign.
Despite government resistance, cannabis is slowly gaining the reputation it deserves – a healing plant with much medicinal value.
Here are 3 little-known facts about smoking that you may not be aware of—facts that could further convince you to drop the habit for good.
Taking care of your skin can help you retain a youthful, wrinkle-free appearance throughout the years. Here are 4 ways to reduce wrinkles naturally.
Some say a proposed law that would ban smoking in New Jersey public parks and beaches is for the betterment of all, while others say it is just too much.
A new study shows that serious mental illness is just as bad for our health as heavy smoking – sometimes taking an entire decade off our lifespan.
A new analysis shows that smoking controls over the past 50 years have saved 8 million lives and increased the average lifespans by nearly 20 years.