Smoking is to blame for about 14 million major medical conditions among American adults in a single year, a new study shows.
Smoking an electronic cigarette may come with unforeseen risks, such as exploding charging devices and accidental poisonings from nicotine exposure.
Policies aimed at lowering the rate of smoking may also lower the rate of suicide, a new study finds.
Nicotine inhalers, which are devices similar to electronic cigarettes, have existed for years, but they were just not cool enough to catch on, researchers say.
E-cigarettes are touted as being safer than regular cigarettes, but can these devices actually help people quit smoking? Here's a look at the truth behind some claims about e-cigarettes.
True statements about what smoking cigarettes can do to your health actually come as a surprise to many smokers, a new study suggests.
Although electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) have been marketing as a way to help people quit smoking, a new study finds no evidence to support this claim.
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