The number of smokers in Britain has more than halved in the past forty years, according to latest report.
The American adult smoking rate has fallen to a new low, a federal agency reported.
Young teen smokers may run a heightened risk of developing chronic severe period pain, according to a new study.
Nonsmokers traveling in an automobile with a smoker for sixty minutes had markers of elevated levels of carcinogens and other toxins in their urine, a new study has found.
Sleep-learning is one step closer to reality, according to scientists who were able to trigger behavior changes in sleeping participants exposed to olfactory conditioning.
Ensuring smoking cessation is offered routinely while smokers are in hospital could help cut smoking rates significantly, according to a new study.
Cigarette smoking before the first diagnosis of lung, bladder, kidney or head and neck cancer can increase risk of developing a second smoking associated cancer, according to a new study. The study is an analysis of five large, prospective cohort studies.
A new study reported that cigars can be as deadly as cigarettes.
New research reveals that oral cancer differs in smokers and nonsmokers. Nonsmokers are more likely than smokers to have oral cancers that occur on the edge of the tongue.
A town in Massachusetts proposed a ban on all tobacco sales.
Newborns of mothers who smoke during pregnancy show lower levels of stress hormones, lowered stress response, and alterations in DNA for a gene that regulates passage of stress hormones from mother to fetus, according to a new study.
Tobacco kills millions of Americans each year. New research suggests that smoking contributes to approximately 14 million major medical conditions in the United States.
The French government announced its plans to discourage smoking by changing cigarette packaging.
A new study found that higher cigarette taxes and stricter smoke-free policies led to reductions in alcohol consumption.
Men who make healthy lifestyle choices can reduce their risk of heart attack significantly, a new study reported.
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.