Telehealth visits with tobacco treatment specialists may help smokers in rural prisons quit tobacco smoking.
Banning menthol flavors in cigarettes could lead to 16,250 fewer tobacco-related deaths per year by 2060—that's 650,000 lives saved in the next 40 years.
Bisexual and lesbian/gay female smokers are particularly likely to go for menthol cigarettes, research finds.
New research clarifies why some people can quit nicotine easily, while others develop a lasting habit.
E-cigarettes that deliver a cigarette-like amount of nicotine are associated with reduced smoking and reduced exposure to carcinogens in tobacco.
Stress and boredom may have led to an increase in daily cigarette use among some smokers in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, a survey finds.
People who vape are more likely to say they experience mental fog. Does vaping cause the cognitive problem, or are they self-medicating?
Even people who consider themselves casual or light smokers may be addicted to nicotine, researchers say.
New research suggests a link between cadmium exposure and deaths from influenza, pneumonia, and possibly COVID-19.
People may be particularly vulnerable to smoking around the time they come out as bisexual, research finds.