Young American women commonly smoke, but only very lightly, or they smoke on some days but not others, a new study finds.
Back in the day, Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble used to relax with a smoke, but times have changed.
Smoking a pack of cigarettes a day will cost a person upwards of $2 million over his or her lifetime, a new study claims. But is that claim true?
Public health groups treat smoking as an epidemic, arguing that we addressed it too late in many countries but can prevent it in others.
A new study adds to the growing body of evidence that e-cigarettes might put adolescents at risk for taking up traditional cigarettes. Teen use of e-cigarettes is skyrocketing.
Smoking cigarettes is linked to the disappearance of the Y chromosome in the blood — a side effect that might explain why men who smoke are at greater risk for cancer than women who smoke.
The percentage of U.S. adults who smoke cigarettes was 17.8 percent in 2013, a drop from 20.9 percent in 2005, and the lowest rate of smoking since researchers began tracking this figure in 1965.
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