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A new ad campaign for Nicorette gum features the tagline, “Quitting Sucks. Nicorette Makes It Suck Less,” Forbes reported Dec. 7. The ads from pharmaceutical

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Cigarette cravings increase the likelihood that a person will lose their train of thought while performing a cognitive task, UPI reported Dec. 15. Craving interrupts

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Children with parents in the military are more likely to experience anxiety than their peers, the New York Times reported Dec. 7. The more time

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Warning smokers that cigarettes can kill them could backfire as a prevention strategy, according to researchers who said that other types of warning messages could

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is increasing its use of unmanned aerial drones to help track drug smugglers along the Mexican and Canadian borders,

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Like humans, fruit flies that get intoxicated on alcohol can become addicted and keep drinking regardless of the consequences — findings that could help researchers

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A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that criminal defendants have the right to directly challenge forensic experts who prepare drug tests and other lab reports

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A new iPhone application helps users keep track of their blood-alcohol content (BAC) and sends warning messages if data indicates the user is “buzzed” or

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Smokers who only recently became addicted are more likely to smoke menthol cigarettes than longer-term smokers, suggesting that menthols may represent a more palatable ’starter’

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The World Health Organization (WHO) says that at least five million people die from smoking each year, along with another 600,000 who die from secondhand-smoke

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