Cigarette filters, introduced decades ago to reduce the number of tar smokers inhale, also alter other properties of smoke and smoking in a way that raises the risk of lung cancer, researchers say.
The 2020 Olympics is fast approaching but the anti-smoking laws still lag world standards in host Japan. A new law is expected to pass because of pressure on the host nation but with concessions to Japanese businesses.
Smokeless tobacco use has increased in the US for the past years. Smokeless tobacco goods, including chewing tobacco and dry snuff are packaged in cans and recently have been found to contain sharpl metal objects.
Research explained that seeing e-cigarettes can potentially increase the urge to smoke.
Russian health officials are proposing to ban smoking among people born after 2015.
A new study in the United Kingdom revealed that consuming tobacco can cause oral cancer, mostly on women
This New Year, many people would vow to quit smoking. There are many ways to successfully quit smoking tobacco and quitlines can help.
E-cigarettes could become available through Britain's National Health Service (NHS) as a smoking cessation aid.
A new study found that exposure to tobacco and roadway air pollution can be linked to a greater risk of obesity.
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.
Tobacco kills millions of Americans each year. New research suggests that smoking contributes to approximately 14 million major medical conditions in the United States.
Smoking increases the risk of developing oral human papillomavirus type 16 (HPV-16), according to a new study.
Schizophrenia is linked with increased rates and intensity of tobacco smoking, according to a new study.
CVS has accomplished its goal to remove all cigarettes and tobacco products from its stores.
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.