New findings published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine reveal that a highly effective drug that helps smokers quit doesn't increase their risk of heart attack or depression, as was once thought.
New findings published in the journal Behavioral Science and Policy show that stress at work may be as damaging as second-hand smoke.
New findings published in the journal Health & Education Behavior show that so many young people believe that e-cigarettes and hookah are safer than cigarettes.
Analysis and genome sequencing of disease-causing microorganisms and antimicrobial resistance bacteria in toilet waste from international aircraft could be a first step towards global surveillance of infectious diseases and identification of how they are transmitted between countries. The analysis w...
Researchers have noted that anti-smoking laws in England have resulted in a drop in stillbirths and newborn deaths.
Research published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society shows that scientists are working on developing a new kind of anti-smoking drug based on a bacteria that actually eats nicotine before it reaches the brain.
New findings published in the journal Neurology reveal that older smokers who also experience migraines may be at an increased stroke risk.
Stress can certainly increase our risk of health problems, including exacerbate any pre-existing conditions that may exist. Yet new findings published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine also reveal that high job demands may even increase a worker's need for sick leave due to r...
New findings published in the journal Lancet Psychiatry reveal that smoking could increase the risk of developing certain mental illnesses.
New findings published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine reveal that secondhand smoke could increase the risk of stroke by close to 30 percent for nonsmokers.
New findings published in the journal Addictive Behaviors shows that putting the right warning labels on cigarettes can help to better address the problem, reducing the number of potential consumers. Previous studies have shown just how cigarette prices and images hold a direct impact on whether or ...
Findings presented at EuroHeartCare, the official annual meeting of the Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions of the European Society of Cardiology, reveal that not getting enough sleep can double the risk of heart attack and quadruple the risk of stroke.