Bad news for the couples! Oral sex can increase your risk of head and neck cancer significantly, said a new study
A new study shows that smokers who have been diagnosed with pneumonia seem to be more at risk of contracting lung cancer.
University of Glasgow scientists have found a link between pets who live in a smoking environment and their chances of developing diseases such as cancer, weight gain and cell damage
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.
New studies show that chemicals in e-cigarettes may lead to cancer.
Ensuring smoking cessation is offered routinely while smokers are in hospital could help cut smoking rates significantly, according to a new study.
According to a new study, combining a prescription drug with nicotine patches can be an effective smoking cessation tool.
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.
Researchers reported that putting warnings on individual cigarettes could encourage smokers to quit.
Many employers have taken initiative to ban smoking in their workplaces in order to reduce second-hand smoke and to encourage their employees to stop smoking. A new study suggests that let alone prohibiting smoking habits at work will not ensure the reduction or quitting of smoking because smokers may be influenced by another smoker at home.
In a new paper, researcher Joe Phua reported that social media can make quitting easier for smokers.
Warnings on the back of tobacco packs may not deter teens from smoking, according to a new study. The effect is even lesser on regular teen smokers.
Researchers explained that ex-smokers gain weight due to changes in the diversity of intestinal bacteria.
Economists reported in their paper that smokers earned 20 percent less than nonsmokers.
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.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.