Want to quit smoking? Try social media. Scientists have found that young adults who use social media to quit smoking are twice as successful as those who use more traditional methods.
Social media may help some young adults quit smoking, according to recent findings published in Nicotine & Tobacco Research.
New findings published in the European Registry Journal show that smoking legislation could help lead to fewer hospital admissions.
New findings published in the journal BMC Public Health reveal that smoking puts over 400,000 children in poverty. Researchers found that this nasty habit caused many families to have financial difficulties. Findings revealed that some people were even be likely to forgo basic household and food nec...
Smokers are up to four times more likely to visit the emergency room, according to recent findings published in the journal Nursing Research.
New findings published in the New England Journal of Medicine show that financial incentives could help smokers quit more so than other preventative measures alone.
Want to quit smoking? If the incentive is high enough, you may be able to.
Just this past Friday, Hawaii lawmakers passed a bill that would essentially raise the legal smoking age to 21 statewide. If approved and signed, this would make the state the first to raise the limit on smoking.
A cigarette or two every now and then won't hurt your health, or will it? New findings show that occasional smokers really underestimate how an occasional cigarette can mess up your health.
Scientists have found that the superbug, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) can become even more resistant to killing by the immune system when exposed to cigarette smoke.
If a woman smokes during pregnancy, doctors may actually be able to tell simply by looking at the fetus.
The verdict's not yet out on whether or not e-cigarette's are safe. However, new findings published in the journal Health Communications shows that advertisements for them may actually be enticing current and even former tobacco smokers to pick up another cigarette.