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The latest news on smoking and tobacco
The use of hemoglobin-based blood substitutes may raise patients' risk of heart attack and early death.
Addiction researchers answer teens' questions about cigarettes and chewing tobacco.
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A bilingual site launched by allied anti-tobacco organizations offers free tools for wannabe quitters.
On a miserable January in the market, a new China fund, some green alternatives, and the surge in tobacco stocks.
Virginia's governor pushes for a ban in the shadow of Philip Morris.
These states ranked worst nationwide in a report on how state governments are dealing with smoking.
These states ranked highest in how well their governments control smoking.
Contrary to smokers' impressions, water pipes aren't necessarily safer than cigarettes, experts say.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg is pushing into the open something most smokers already knew: There really isn't much of a health benefit to smoking those cigarettes labeled "light" or "low tar."