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Florida’s Department of Corrections has announced it plans to make all of the state’s prisons tobacco free by September 30.

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Tobacco use is high among American Indian or Alaska Native youths, according to a study that found family members’ smoking habits were significant in predicting tobacco use.

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A new study finds 18 percent of smokers with lung cancer continue to smoke even after they have been diagnosed.

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A new study shows smoking tobacco from a hookah is a popular pastime for college students.

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Two new studies add to evidence that children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be at increased risk for abusing tobacco, alcohol and possibly other drugs when they are older.

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As we all know, drug abuse is costly—to individuals, families, communities and our society as a whole. And like addiction itself, the strategies for lessening its impact are often complex and necessarily diverse.

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More than 500,000 Americans die from smoking-related causes each year, according to new statistics. Smoking kills slightly more men than women, the report says.

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