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Teen Smokers Are More Likely to Use Cocaine, Ecstasy

Dec 16, 2014 PM EST Teenagers who smoke contraband cigarettes are more likely to use illicit drugs, according to a recent study.

Less Affluent Smokers More Likely To Quit Smoking through Interactive Websites, Study

Sep 25, 2014 AM EDT Poor people are 36 percent more likely to quit smoking if they used the new interactive website called 'StopAdvisor' than any other normal information sites, according to a University College London ...

High Sodium Consumption Increases Rheumatoid Arthritis Risk in Smokers, Study

Sep 12, 2014 AM EDT Smokers with high sodium intake face more than two-fold risk of developing from rheumatoid arthritis (RA), according to a new study by the Umeå University, Sweden.

Obese Teens More Likely To Take Up Smoking, Study

Sep 04, 2014 AM EDT Overweight or obese teens are more likely to take up smoking, according to a University of California, Los Angeles study. At the same time, these teens are unlikely to be associated with alcohol or ...

Californian Researchers Find Dangerous Levels of CO Gas in Elephant Seals.

May 21, 2014 AM EDT The carbon monoxide level in an elephant seal is equal to that of smokers who ingest 40 or more cigarettes every day, according to a University of California, San Diego study.

Number of Smokers and Cigarette Consumption Rapidly Rising Worldwide, Study

Jan 08, 2014 AM EST There are currently more number of smokers worldwide than nearly three decades ago, according to a study by led by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of ...

Want To Sleep Peacefully? Quit Smoking, Study

Jan 03, 2014 AM EST A University of Rochester study has found that smokers can have a good night's sleep just by giving up the habit.

E-Cigs Pose Greater Health Risk than Conventional Cigarettes, Study

Dec 14, 2013 AM EST E-cigarette smokers should now think twice before taking a puff as they are more likely to inhale nicotine and toxins than the conventional cigarette smokers, according to a New York University study.

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