E-cigarettes have been heralded as a way for smokers to quit. Now, though, researchers have uncovered some high-reactive free radicals that may pose a major health risk to users.
Where can you find the strongest marijuana? Take a look at Denmark. Scientists have found that the concentration of the euphoriant THC is strongest in some of the skunk farms in Denmark.
Former smokers who quit within the last year are more likely to use e-cigarettes, according to a recent study.
New findings published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reveal that the U.S. death rate for all causes is continuing to decline.
A report from the World Health Organization (WHO) just showed us that eating processed meats can increase the risk of colon cancer. Now, new findings presented at the 23rd United European Gastroenterology Week (UEG Week 2015) in Barcelona, Spain, reveal that excess body weight can also increase colo...
Researchers found in a recent study that trending prescription drug varenicline, marketed as Chantix used to quit smoking was more effective for women initially than with men, when they used the drug.
Heart attack patients can reduce depressive symptoms by giving up smoking (if they smoke) and with exercise.
If you're a runner, you recognize that feeling of euphoria that comes at the end of a marathon. Yet did you know this powerful release of endorphins associated with intense exercise may also feel the same as a high from smoking marijuana?
New findings published in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology suggest that hospitalizations doubles for kids with asthma who are exposed to secondhand smoke.
Monkey see, monkey do.
Smoking is linked to an increased risk of health issues, including cardiovascular problems, high blood pressure, stroke and more. Yet new findings published in the Journals of Gerontology: Medical Sciences examine how not all smokers experience early death. In fact, some will even manage to survive ...