The increased risk of esophageal cancer that is related to alcohol is reversible after a person gives up drinking, but it can take up to 16 years to return to the risk level for non-drinkers, a new study concludes.
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Smoking can reduce the chance of successfully removing a tattoo by 70 percent, a new study finds.
Teenagers struggle with quitting smoking as much as adults do, even though they have not been smoking as long, a new study finds.
Alcoholics can help reverse bone loss that results from their addiction by quitting drinking and engaging in exercise, a new study suggests.
A new study suggests smokers may get less sleep, and have more impaired sleep, compared with non-smokers.
Drugs for anxiety, depression and insomnia could impair driving ability, and may increase the risk of having a car accident, a new study suggests.
A study on humans, baboons and rats suggests an experimental drug that blocks some receptors in the brain may reduce cravings for nicotine. The findings could lead to new smoking cessation medications, the researchers say.
A new study finds that young men who use marijuana have an increased risk of testicular cancer, according to ABC News.
The shape of your glass may influence how much alcohol you consume, a new study suggests. Researchers in England found a curved glass interferes with a person’s ability to judge their alcohol intake.
Recovering alcoholics who help others in Alcoholics Anonymous have better outcomes themselves, a new study concludes.