Some teenagers appear to be more genetically predisposed than others to become heavy smokers, a new study suggests.
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Scientists from British American Tobacco are testing cigarettes that reduce exposure to some toxins in smoke, Time.com reports.
Children of divorced parents are more likely to smoke when they reach adulthood, compared with their peers whose parents have stayed together, a new study finds.
A study of mice suggests why some people may be more susceptible than others to alcohol addiction. The findings may one day lead to improved treatments, the researchers say.
Using marijuana in college may increase the risk of leaving school, a new study suggests. Researchers found even students who only used marijuana occasionally were more likely to leave than their peers who did not use drugs.
Energy drinks may increase blood pressure, and lead to changes in the heart’s natural rhythm, according to a study presented at a meeting of the American Heart Association.
Researchers who have developed a secondhand tobacco smoke sensor say their product could be used to enforce no-smoking regulations.
Toddlers of women who used methamphetamine in pregnancy, who live in an unstable home environment, appear to have an abnormal response to stress, a new study suggests.
The evidence of the harmful effects of alcohol outweighs data on the benefits of drinking, a physician writes in the current issue of the journal Addiction.
Abuse of the anesthesia drug propofol is on the rise among health care professionals who have easy access to it, a new study suggests.