The UK is keen on reducing the number of smokers in the country. They plan to implement a plain cigarette packaging law by May 2017.
Cigarette smokers in the state are going to pay $2 more per pack of cigarette.
Smokers are four times more likely to go blind, and the risk is even higher for social smokers. The NHS said half of all sight loss could be avoided. Exercising can help cut cravings by joining NHS Smoke free programs.
Russian health officials are proposing to ban smoking among people born after 2015.
This New Year, many people would vow to quit smoking. There are many ways to successfully quit smoking tobacco and quitlines can help.
Smoking does not have good effects on the body.
Graphic images on cigarette boxes do not stop smokers from lighting up, study says.
More tar, nicotine, smoke and carbon monoxide can be conveyed by hookah smoking rather than cigarettes.
A new report by American Cancer Society revealed a 23% drop of cancer deaths nationwide since the recorded peak in 1991 but continues to be the biggest killer among Americans in 21 US states.
A Ohio University-led study suggests that stern graphic warnings accompanied by strongly worded health caution on cigarette packaging can help smokers to stop smoking.
A New York-based study by Roswell Park Cancer Institute linked fertility and early menopause issues in women to destructive firsthand smoking habits and exposure to extremely high levels of secondhand smoking.
The smoking and drinking rate in teens have fallen to an all-time low, a new study reported.
A new study reported that cigars can be as deadly as cigarettes.
Prescription refills have been linked to cigarette purchases. New research reveals that patients taking medication to treat asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, high blood pressure and oral contraceptives often buy cigarettes when refilling their prescriptions at pharmacies.
Smoking increases the risk of developing oral human papillomavirus type 16 (HPV-16), according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.