Mondays may not be all that bad. New research reveals that smokers are most likely to think about quitting the first day of the week.
Researchers reported that increasing the cost of cigarettes and promoting smoke-free homes can reduce tobacco consumption.
Taking smoking cessation drugs will not increase a person's suicide risk, according to a new study.
Mothers who smoke during pregnancy may be increasing their children's risk of developing bipolar disorder, according to a new study.
Quitting tobacco helps improve sleep, a new study suggests.
The CDC reports that schools are indeed getting healthier after adopting more policies and programs that promote healthy eating and lifestyle.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is now recommending that doctors counsel their young patients against tobacco use.
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.
Plain packaging really does make smoking less sexy, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that smoking leads to the overproduction of osteoclasts, which are responsible for breaking down bones.
A new study found that exposure to tobacco ads could be responsible for teenage smokers.
Two reports found that licensed medications and anti-smoking ads are effective in helping people quit smoking.
A new study reveals that while smoking has decreased in U.S. movies, drinking has increased in movies rated acceptable for young audiences.
Being exposed to secondhand smoke may make children more physically aggressive and antisocial, according to a new study.