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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.

‘Tobacco Ban’: Michigan State University Campus Rises Up To Take A Stand

Jul 20, 2016 PM EDT University of Michigan's tobacco ban, a step in not just providing education but a healthier environment for everyone.

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.

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.

Blame Vodka for Early Deaths in Russian Men, Study

Jan 31, 2014 AM EST A new Oxford University study found vodka to be the main cause of early deaths in Russia. Researchers said that 25 percent of Russian men die before the age of 55 when compared to 7 percent of UK men. ...

Sugar As Dangerous As Tobacco, Liverpool Professor Says

Jan 29, 2014 AM EST Professor Simon Capewell, from the University of Liverpool Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, is urging for reduced amounts of added sugar in food and soft drinks to fight obesity.

Primary Care Interventions Prevent Tobacco Use in Children and Adolescents, Study

Aug 26, 2013 AM EDT More than teachers, parents and friends, children and teens may think about quitting their smoking habit, if they are counseled by their doctors, says U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF).

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