A new study reveals that cigarettes are the cause of one-third of all cancer-related deaths.
Two opposing expert commentaries on e-cigarette use published in BMC Medicine call for a rational discussion based on evidence.
New research shows medical professionals should inquire more about smokeless tobacco use by rural female patients as it is largely unknown.
Breathing secondhand marijuana smoke may damage the heart and blood vessels as much as secondhand cigarette smoke.
A new study, conducted in Israel, shows that smokers consume fewer cigarettes during the day after smelling cigarette smoke combined with foul odors during sleep.
For socioeconomically challenged smokers, offering financial incentives doubled smoking cessation rates.
A new study acknowledges the role of physicians in educating patients with bladder cancer about the dangers of tobacco.
Smoking may affect the way the brain responds to back pain, according to a study published in Human Brain Mapping.
The American Medical Association has adopted a new policy that supports restrictions on the marketing and sale of e-cigarettes to minors.
With the help of a $2.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, a Virginia Tech professor is working on a vaccine that could help smokers conquer their nicotine addiction.