The latest word on secondhand smoke
Cancer patients, too, find it hard to give up smoking
Secondhand smoke: European study looks at respiratory disease and environmental tobacco smoke
Smokeless tobacco: Yeah, it's not good for you either
Lung cancer: How doctors follow up on results from a CT scan
Smoking is smoking: Teens believe (incorrectly) that lights are healthier than regular cigarettes
Growing pains: Why do kids abuse alcohol and drugs?
Nicotine patches: Can they work for teens?
Living with lung cancer: How patients deal with the stigma of the disease
The truth about cigarettes: Half of persistent smokers die from their habit
Need help quitting?: Antidepressants may not help you kick smoking
No smoking: Banning cigarettes improves air quality
Put out that cigarette: Surgeon General's report lists negative effects of smoking
Cutting down: Smoking fewer cigarettes may not do you any good
It's never too late: Quitting smoking later in life still has health benefits
Snuffing out smoking: Using reduced-exposure tobacco products decreases exposure to carcinogens
Pipe smoking: Guess what? It's not good for you, either
Light cigarettes: No matter how you slice it, smoking is bad for your health
Women smokers: Females do not have a higher risk of lung cancer than males
Lung cancer link: Exposure to arsenic increases risk for smokers
Targeting teens: Antitobacco campaigns may prevent kids from lighting up
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