Previous research reveals that smoking may cause similar stroke risks for men and women. However, a new study reveals that female smokers may be at a greater risk for a more deadly and uncommon type of stroke.
Weight gain can prevent some smokers from quitting. However, a new study suggests that smokers will gain more weight the longer they wait to break their habit.
Breast really is best for mother and baby- but only if mom doesn't smoke. A new study found that breastfeeding for more than six months can protect nonsmoking mothers against breast cancer.
Researchers discovered that higher cigarette taxes could help curb heavy drinking.
Researchers report that parents who smoke or used to smoke increased their children's likelihood of smoking.
What hit the market just three short years ago has gone on to become a hit seller - e-cigarettes sales hit about $1 billion, according to Wells Fargo securities analysts, double that what it was last year.
Researchers found an association between maternal smoking during pregnancy and behavioral conduct issues in children.
Researchers found that smokers who tried using e-cigarettes as cessation aids were more likely to be young and more motivated to quit.
Plain packaging really does make smoking less sexy, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that smoking and drinking suppress dopamine levels in rat models, which lead to excessive drinking with the goal of increasing dopamine.
Researchers tied prenatal tobacco exposure to mild hearing loss by the time children reached adolescence.
Researchers found that sons born to mothers who smoked during pregnancy have lower sperm counts and quality.
Researchers found that smoking fewer cigarettes will not necessarily help extend one's lifespan.
It really is never too late to quit smoking. A new study reveals that older women who quit smoking reduce their risk of heart disease, regardless of whether they had diabetes.
Researchers report that smoking is still under-treated by physicians in comparison to other chronic illnesses.
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