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A poll of more than 4,600 Americans found that 47 percent think electronic cigarettes should be legally available for smokers, but more than half also

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The leading maker of clove cigarettes has gone to court in a bid to prevent the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from imposing a

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A Virginia company plans to ask the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for permission to market its smokeless-tobacco products as “modified risk,” the Richmond

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A recent poll by industry trade magazine Adweek reached a conclusion that the magazine’s readers probably were not happy to hear: most Americans support firm

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It’s indisputable that too many teenagers are smoking cigarettes, but what’s less clear is why they do so, a new study indicates. Reuters reported Sept.

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Smoking is widely prevalent among individuals with mental illnesses, but many doctors are loathe to encourage such patients to quit out of a misguided fear

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In the United States, 23.2 million persons aged 12 or older need treatment for an illicit drug or alcohol use problem, yet only one in

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According to a new study from Taiwan, smokers are twice as likely as their peers who have never smoked to develop active tuberculosis (TB), Reuters

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Community-based anti-drug coalitions currently receiving funding through the Drug-Free Communities (DFC) program have been awarded an additional $60 million by the Office of National Drug

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Both plaintiffs and the tobacco industry have scored some wins in individual cases springing from Florida’s former statewide, class-action lawsuit by sick smokers dubbed the

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