A new study reported that exposure to environmental toxins can speed up the aging process.
A new study found a link between marijuana use and heart complications in young and middle-aged adults.
A new study found that fathers who started smoking before the age of 11 tended to have sons with higher body mass indexes.
Secondhand smoke can cause irreversible damage to children's arteries, a new study reported.
Long-term exposure to secondhand smoke is tied to increasing one's miscarriage and stillbirth risk, according to a new study.
Third-hand smoke can lead to hyperactivity and significant damage in liver, according to a new study. The effect can also delay the healing of wounds.
Stanford researchers found that passive smoking did not have a clear link to increased lung cancer risk.
Recent changes in policy might have led to decreased exposure to tobacco but some workers around experience a high prevalence of secondhand smoke, a new research finds.
An environmental group has warned that the climate change will intensify U.S. wildfires and the smoky air is going to cause serious respiratory problems to citizens those who are far beyond those burned areas.
The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), a panel of experts appointed with setting guidelines for screening and preventing major illnesses, has issued new guidelines for lung cancer screening in high-risk populations, particularly older people with a long history of smoking.
People who smoke marijuana are more likely to develop nicotine addiction, a new study reveals.
THe FDA will abandon the project of requiring cigarette packages to be printed with graphic images of the consequences of smoking.