smoking and tobacco
The latest news on smoking and tobacco
Marijuana may be no worse than tobacco or alcohol, but society could be forced to pay the added healthcare costs from increased use.
Legislation that would require photo warning labels on cigarettes is bogged down in the legal system.
Pot is safer than tobacco and alcohol.
Psychoanalyzing 10 popular Halloween costumes; the fat talk free pledge
Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev declared war on tobacco Tuesday, calling for a ban on tobacco advertising, an end to smoking in public and a rise in the price of a pack. Russia's smoking rates are among the world's highest, led by Kiribati where 57 percent of the adult population lights up. Here's a look at the ways some other top smoking nations are trying to bring down the number of smokers:
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Experts advise parents to be alert, help kids structure their days
Having disorder may raise risk of Parkinson's, dementia, researcher adds
Researchers see link to targeted tobacco marketing to young women in the 60's and lax state laws