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HIV patients who smoke were twice more likely to die from their tobacco use than the infection itself.
People who occasionally smoke or those who have consistently consumed less than one cigarette a day are still at a higher risk of dying earlier than non-smokers.
A team of scientists from the University of Illinois has devised a revolutionary way of boosting crop yield of tobacco plants by 20 percent by adjusting their genetic makeup.
E-cigarettes may do the equal amount of damage to gums and tissue as conventional cigarette.
A recent study reveals that teens who vape or use e-cigarettes often have a higher possibility of becoming heavy cigarettes smokers in just six months.
Smoking could increase the risk of death in HIV patients.
Cigarette smoking could cause somatic mutations in DNA of different organs, increasing the risk of cancer.
A new study reveals that benefits of e-cigarettes outweigh risks, reducing smoking-related deaths by 21%.
Evidence proves that exposure to second hand smoke lowers the immunity of children.
Following Hawaii, Massachusetts is the second state to impose a raise in the minimum age required to buy cigarettes and other tobacco products.
A new study shows that unemployed smokers are less likely to be hired and more likely to earn less compared to non-smokers.
In what can best be described as a form of medical marijuana, new research shows that cannabis use may effectively prevent internal parasites.
Cancer is threatening to overwhelm Latin American countries, according to report published in the Lancet Oncology by researchers at the Harvard Medical School in Boston.
Ever since he took office, New York City's Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has fought against the prevalence of smoking throughout the city of 8.2 million. When it comes to the politician's latest endeavour, that of raising the minimum age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21, he's found a new friend - Chicago.