Teenagers can purchase alcohol on eBay, according to an investigation by the news show “20/20.”
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A new survey finds an estimated 17 percent of American high school students say they drink, smoke or use drugs during the school day. The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University found 86 percent of teens say they know which of their peers are abusing substances at school.
An estimated 49 percent of men and 11 percent of women in low- and middle-income nations use tobacco, according to the largest international study on tobacco use ever conducted.
Alcohol ads that violate industry guidelines are more likely to appear in magazines popular with teen readers, a new study finds.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday its graphic ad campaign featuring the health consequences of smoking has been successful, and plans more ads for 2013.
A federal appeals court has upheld a federal judge’s order that requires tobacco manufacturers to run corrective ads about the dangers of smoking, the Associated Press reports.
Children ages 10 to 14 who view many movies with characters who smoke are more likely to try cigarettes themselves, a new study suggests.
Lung cancer deaths are rising among women born after 1950 in the South and Midwest, according to a new study. Cigarette advertising aimed at women in the 1960s and 1970s may have contributed to the increase, the researchers say.
A national ad campaign, called “Tips From Former Smokers,” doubled the volume of calls to a nationwide smoking cessation hotline, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Smokers are more likely to recall information from graphic cigarette warning labels than text-only warnings, a new study finds.