E-cigarettes May Be Effective After All As More Smokers Quit
England saw the increasing number of people in the country who use e-cigarettes. Along with this, a new study found that as this number rises, the rate of successful attempts to quit smoking also increases.
Are E-Cigarettes Safe? Expert Says They're Still A Dangerous Alternative
New tests challenge the belief e-cigarettes are safe alternatives to tobacco smokers.
9/11 attack-linked stress caused resurgence in smoking among Americans: Study
Stress caused from the 9/11 attacks may have caused resurgence in smoking in American citizens who had quit, a study claims.
Thirdhand smoke may cause DNA damage: Study
Thirdhand smoke may cause significant gene damage in cells, a new study suggests.
No advertising for cigarettes: Ireland aims to turn smoke-free
Ireland takes up the initiative to discourage smoking; cigarettes will be plain-packed now.
Frequent heartburn could increase throat cancer risk (and here's how to prevent it)
Insides on fire? You may be at an increased risk of throat cancer.
Cancer Rates, Deaths in Latin America Skyrocketing
Cancer cases are soaring in Latin America and many are unable to get proper access to healthcare.
Hookah Smoking As Harmful As Cigarettes, Contains Different Toxins: Study
No, hookahs or the water pipe smoking is not less harmful than cigarette smoking - they're just different, a new study in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention by the University of California, San Francisco, (UCSF) has revealed.
Quit Smoking Says The CDC, New 'Tips From Former Smokers' Ads Launched (VIDEO)
CDC releases second series of emotionally compelling anti-smoking ads
Beef Is Good For You, Bacon Won't Kill You
Moderate processed-meat consumption isn't all that bad for you, according to a new study