Los Angeles has voted to ban e-cigarettes from many public places.
A new report estimated that China could prevent 13 million smoking deaths by 2050 if the nation adhered to the guidelines set by WHO.
Popular drugstore chain, CVS, has announced that it will no longer sell tobacco products.
A new study found that exposures to banned phthalates have declined over the years.
China has announced that it plans on creating a clear tobacco control law with clear punishments that would ban indoor public smoking.
In China, officials are now banned from smoking in public.
According to recommendations set by the European Union, the Danish cinnamon roll might be illegal because it contains too much cinnamon.
The New York City Council banned the use of electronic cigarettes at public places that includes offices, restaurants, bars and parks. The move might be followed by other U.S cities too.
The American Academy of Pediatricians' new policy statement encourages pregnant women, infants and young children to avoid consuming raw milk and raw milk products.
The Food and Drug Administration has asked global drugmakers and health companies to revise labels of medically-important antibiotics to remove references to use in animal production.
It appears that trans fats will soon be a history in the U.S. FDA recently announced that the trans fats were threat to people’s health hence food makers should avoid using it.
Following the ban of flame retardants in products, California has seen a dramatic drop of flame retardants in the blood of pregnant women, according to a new study led by University of California San Francisco (UCSF) researchers.
According to officials, the second round of tests confirmed that five Jamaican athletes had used performance-enhancing drugs.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that processed cooked chicken made from Chinese plants will now be imported.
A new study found that exposure to tobacco ads could be responsible for teenage smokers.