More tar, nicotine, smoke and carbon monoxide can be conveyed by hookah smoking rather than cigarettes.
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine researchers revealed that hookah is more harmful than cigarette smoking as it exposes you to more tar, nicotine and carbon monoxide than the cigarette
Despite warnings from Centers for Disease and Prevention that hookah smoking can be injurious to health, many young adults believe that using water pipes does no harm to health, according to a new study.
Now a new study, using data from Monitoring the Future (MTF) has found that the annual prevalence of hookah use was nearly 1 in 5 high school seniors.
The FDA conducted a cost-benefits study for e-cigarette regulations.
Smoking hookah is certainly addictive and harmful but people might not realize the associated dangers, asserts a new study.
The CDC reported that even though fewer high school teenagers are smoking cigarettes, hookah and e-cigarette usage rates have risen.
An increasing number of people are casting cigarettes aside and turning to hookah, but researchers are warning people that the Middle Eastern water pipe shouldn't been viewed as a safer alternative to cigarettes.
Researchers nix the common idea that filtered smoking decreases the toxicity of smoke inhaled from water pipes by suggesting that there is an increased prevalence and severity of respiratory symptoms among water pipe smokers and cigarette smokers, alike.