Study reports that non-smoking hotel rooms are still contaminated with nicotine residue because smoke tends to travel throughout the building.
Colin Fiedler was clinically dead for 40 minutes before doctors brought him back to life.
It may seem that female smokers have an increased susceptibility for this type of cancer.
Secondhand smoke may pose a greater risk to teen girls than boys, according to a new study.
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.
A recent study examining 1,000 New York Times obituaries found that famous performers, like athletes and musicians, live, on average, shorter lives than people who have illustrious careers in the military or in business.
Children may be affected by the exposure of certain compounds in car exhaust even before birth.
Walking for just 20 minutes a day can help teens quit smoking, according to a new study.
The CDC reports that 28 percent of Americans have high blood pressure in 2009.
Researchers concluded that teenagers who develop strong relationships in middle school have better social skills later on in life.
The FDA announced that it will loosen the restrictions for companies that make nicotine-replacement products, allowing consumers to use the products for over the recommended time period of 12 weeks.
Smoking is bad for your health, but a new study reveals that a cigarette in the morning is even worse than a cigarette at night.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) posted draft regulations Friday for implementation of the state's new medical marijuana law, including permission for marijuana recipients to have up to 10 ounces of pot for 60 days.
Government health officials use real-life stories of ex-smokers in anti-smoking advertisements.
Nearly 60 percent of people living in the United Kingdom want their spouses to lose weight.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.