One In Four Cancer Deaths Linked To SmokingA quarter of all cancer deaths in the U.S. are linked to cigarettes.
CDC: High School Students Smoking Less Cigarettes, Opt For E-CigsCigarette smoking among high school students has dropped to its lowest levels in nearly 25 years but something else is concerning health officials.
Different Names For Nicotine Vapor Products Causing ConfusionIn April the Food and Drug Administration announced plans to begin regulating E-cigarettes. The decision brought relief to some parents who felt it would make it harder for teens to get their hands on the nicotine vapor devices.
Senate Snuffs Out E-Cigarette Sales To MinorsAmid concerns about kids getting hooked on nicotine or tobacco, the Florida Senate on Tuesday voted 40-0 to ban the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors.
Experts Increasingly Contemplate End Of Smoking Health officials have begun to call "end game" on cigarette-smoking in America.
CVS Kicks The Habit, Will Stop Selling Tobacco ProductsNational pharmacy giant CVS announced Wednesday that it will stop selling tobacco products at all of its 7,600 drugstores across the nation.
Smoke Em If You Got Em: DOC Ends Cigarette Ban In Work CampsCorrections officials quietly reversed a blanket ban on tobacco at prisons this summer and are now allowing inmates at work release centers to have up to 10 packs of cigarettes each.
Smoking Could Cause Harm To Your Pets Smoking costs Americans about $96 billion dollars each year in medical expenses. We know what smoking and second hand smoke does to us but chances are you don’t know the dangerous effect that it can have on your pet.
Bill To Ban Outdoor Smoking Passes Senate UnanimouslySmoking could be banned by cities and counties on their beaches, parks and other publicly owned outdoor areas, under a proposal that passed an early Senate vote Thursday.
Controversial Smartphone Apps Promote Smoking For KidsThese days, it seems like you can do just about anything on your mobile device: text friends, play games, even smoke a cigarette.
Judge Nixes Woman's $39M Award, Orders Retrial In Tobacco CaseAn ailing former smoker's $39 million judgment against Big Tobacco was reversed Wednesday.
Something Extra: Sexy Smoking?Congress outlawed advertising tobacco products on television more than forty years ago.