According to a new study, nearly one in five high school seniors reported smoking hookah this past year.
According to a new study, vapor from e-cigarettes damage human cells in much the same way as smoke from traditional cigarettes.
A new study claims that electronic cigarettes don’t help people quit smoking.
Research suggests women exposed to second-hand smoke for over 10 years are at higher risk for miscarriages and stillbirths.
A growing number of experts believe the most promising option is to get people to switch to electronic cigarettes.
Health officials have begun to predict the end of cigarette smoking in America.
Cigarettes now contain more nicotine, and are more addictive than researchers had previously believed.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), each day in the United States, nearly 4,000 people younger than 18 years of age smoke their first cigarette. Within that age group, an estimated 1,000 youth become daily cigarette smokers.
Children—like adults—are increasingly trying electronic cigarettes, according to the first large national study to gauge use by middle and high school students.
A national media and advertising campaign entitled “Tips From Former Smokers” is being credited for more than 200,000 smokers having quit following the three-month campaign.