California lawmakers have approved extending bans on smoking in public to state parks and beaches, motivated less by health concerns than a desire to cut
A new study of about 250,000 Americans gave new support to the claim that moderate alcohol consumption benefits coronary health, but this study and a
A British man who died from emphysema had a sign stating, “Smoking Killed Me” placed on his hearse and at his grave site in hopes
A meta-analysis of 24 previous studies concluded that there is “good evidence that prostate cancer is likely a smoking-related tumor,” according to researcher Michael Huncharek.
A poll commissioned by the Maryland chapter of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence found that 72 percent of state residents back a
Only a fraction of the world’s injection-drug users receive education or other assistance in preventing contraction or spreading of the HIV virus that causes AIDS,
Marijuana arrests and prosecutions have continued virtually unabated in Denver, despite passage of a voter initiative calling for police to make such cases their lowest
Flip-flopping by an Idaho state lawmaker who is married to a tobacco-industry lobbyist is being blamed for the defeat of a bill that would have banned
Ohio’s 2007 law that bans indoor smoking has cost the state a net of about $2 million to enforce, the Columbus Dispatch reported Feb. 22.
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