Increases in cigarette prices lead to significant increases in binge drinking in young adults, a new study suggests.
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As e-cigarettes gain popularity, the debate over the benefits and risks of the products is likely to intensify, according to the Omaha World-Herald.
Supporters of the California cigarette tax that was narrowly defeated last month are asking for a recount, the Associated Press reports.
Women who suffered physical or emotional abuse in their youth are more likely to smoke than women who did not suffer such adverse childhood experiences, a new study suggests.
Smokers who quit gain an average of 10 to 11 pounds after one year, with most of the weight gain occurring in the first three months, a new study finds.
Children ages 10 to 14 who view many movies with characters who smoke are more likely to try cigarettes themselves, a new study suggests.
The number of states enacting or considering laws that bar welfare recipients from using their benefits on liquor or cigarettes is growing, USA Today reports. Many of the measures also bar spending on gambling, guns or strip clubs.
Teenagers are more likely to start smoking cigarettes or marijuana in June or July than in any other month, according to a new government study.
A new vaccine successfully blocks nicotine addiction in mice, CBS News reports.
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.