by Alan Pyke Nov 17, 2015
Paternalistic ideas about poverty usually set activists' hair on fire. But smoking is different -- and a far bigger threat to public housing is already moving quietly through Congress.
by Josh Israel Jun 30, 2015
Health companies are contributing money to a U.S. trade association quietly working to undermine smoking cessation.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 10, 2015
Want to quit smoking? Ignore your boss and get on Facebook.
by Tara Culp-Ressler May 14, 2015
An innovative study has discovered a more effective way to convince smokers to quit.
by Lauren C. Williams Jan 31, 2015
If passed, a California bill could make the smoking age limit the same as for drinking alcohol.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jan 23, 2015
Soon, you won't be able to smoke in bars in New Orleans.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Dec 1, 2014
And fewer smokers are having a cigarette every day.
by Sam P.K. Collins Oct 14, 2014
The most prevalent illnesses include chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart attack, diabetes, and a host of smoking-related cancers.
by Jessica Goldstein Oct 1, 2014
Stoners; not actually less informed than the general population.
by Emily Atkin Aug 8, 2014
New research suggests that cigarette butts can be used to store energy, and tobacco plants can help run commercial airliners.