The Acting Surgeon General added several more diseases, such as liver cancer and colorectal cancer, caused by smoking.
According to a new study, school drug testing do not deter students from smoking marijuana or cigarettes.
Being stressed during pregnancy may increase the risk of children becoming smokers.
The CDC reported that lung cancer rates for men and women have fallen 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 the last fifty years, anti-tobacco efforts have saved 8 million lives in United States so far, a new analysis shows.
In a new United Kingdom report, researchers found that the death rate due to esophageal cancer has risen over the past 40 years.
Scientists have developed a five-minute saliva test that can determine whether smokers have quit for good.
Surgeons from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis remind smokers that smoking can greatly complicate bone healing.
People with mental illness are significantly more likely to smoke, drink and use drugs. According to the largest assessment of substance use among people with severe psychiatric illness, rates of smoking, drinking and drug use are significantly higher among those who have psychotic disorders than those in the general population.
In a new study, researchers found that smoking can disrupt good sleep and hinder cognitive functions.
Tobacco is responsible for the greatest number of preventable deaths worldwide by any single agent. New research reveals that nicotine, the active ingredient in tobacco, exploits the body's cellular machinery to promote addiction.
Researchers stated that smoking mortality rates are particularly high in central, southern states most likely due to smoking behaviors.
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.
Quit smoking this January to quit forever. New research reveals that January is one of the best times to give up your habit.
According to an article published in 2018 in the New York Post, a study that evaluated the oral health habits of 2,000 millennials discovered that many of them don't keep their mouths as clean as they could. The study reported that three out of 10 millennials brush their teeth once a day, and that the average millennial participating in the survey has gone more than two days in a row without brushing their teeth even once. Yet, the survey says, more than half of those polled indicated that they're worried about losing their teeth as a result of poor oral health.