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Physicians Divided On Use Of E-Cigarettes As Smoking Cessation Aid, Yale-Led Study Finds [VIDEO]

May 05, 2017 AM EDT A Yale-led study found that more research is still needed on the risks and benefits of e-cigarette use.

University Of Pennsylvania Says Smoking Increases Chances Of Coronary Heart Disease [VIDEO]

May 03, 2017 AM EDT Coronary heart disease (CHD) is one of the leading causes of death worldwide.

E-cigarettes Do Not Stop Youth From Smoking, According To UCSF Study

Jan 24, 2017 AM EST New research from UCSF finds no evidence of e-cigarettes lowering tobacco consumption among youth. Rather, they discovered that e-cigarettes encourage youths to smoke.

Lack of Education Can be As Deadly As Smoking, Study Finds

Jan 19, 2017 AM EST Lack of education can be a reason behind a person's death, according to studies.

University Motivates Students to Stop Smoking by Giving Free Food

Dec 28, 2016 AM EST A university in Turkey is motivating students to quit smoking using free meals -- for a whole academic year.

Scientists Find Pets at Risk of Cancer Due to Second Hand Smoking

Dec 07, 2016 AM EST Scientists say smoking is not only detrimental to human health, it can also cause illness and even death to your pets.

How To Lower Blood Pressure Naturally? 8 Useful Tips Revealed!

Jun 11, 2016 AM EDT There's every possibility of a person's blood pressure going high, even without him or her realizing it, as this usually occur with symptom that is hardly noticeable and thus this condition is more ...

Cigarette Smokers Can Now Quit Smoking Effectively By Doing One Thing; Learn More [VIDEO]

Apr 20, 2016 AM EDT Scientists found the most effective way to quit smoking.

E-Cigarettes; Hookah Use Among Teens Increases [VIDEO]

Apr 18, 2016 AM EDT The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that while teens are smoking fewer cigarettes over the years, hookah and e-cigarette use has increased.

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 ...

Illinois Governor Signs Law Banning Smoking on Campus

Aug 18, 2014 AM EDT Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed a legislation that forbids smoking on campuses of state-supported colleges and universities, effective July 2015.

Abandoning Smokeless Tobacco After Heart Attack Helps Extend Life Expectancy, Study

Jun 25, 2014 AM EDT Quitting smokeless tobacco products following a heart attack can help increase life expectancy similar to those who stop smoking, according to an Uppsala University study.

Lower Smoking and Drinking Rates Found Among American Teens: CDC Report

Jun 14, 2014 AM EDT A latest report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found smoking and drinking rates have drastically dropped among American teens.

E-cigarettes Make Supebugs More Deadly: Study

May 19, 2014 AM EDT Nicotine-laden vapor from e-cigarettes makes the untreatable MRSA superbug more poisonous.

Marijuana Damages Brain for Life, Study

Dec 16, 2013 AM EST Cultivating the habit of smoking pot during teen years causes long-term brain damage, according to Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine study.

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