Dangerous residue from tobacco smoke sticks to carpets, walls and other surfaces long after the smoke clears. This is what’s known as “thirdhand smoke.” Find out why children and nonsmokers are at risk.
Does smoking seem to ease the pain of a bad back? Or an aching joint? Or abdominal discomfort? Think twice before lighting up that cigarette. Any relief you feel will be short-term.
You can’t stop the clock. But you can take steps to delay the onset of wrinkles. Our dermatologist shares tips for keeping your skin looking younger, longer.
Get the facts about what smoking tobacco and marijuana does to your voice, why and if it’s reversible.
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The study builds on previous data showing how vaping and e-cigarettes put teens at higher risk of catching coronavirus.
Even if you’ve been a lifelong smoker, it is never too late to quit. In this article, our experts explain how your lungs – and the rest of your body – begin recovering, less than half an hour after you quit.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you might think about quitting smoking and wonder, “Why bother?” Here are three good reasons that may surprise you.
It’s a sad fact that people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, better known as COPD, have trouble doing what connects us to life – they can’t easily breathe. Find four common myths about this condition, as well as tips to cope.
If you’re trying to quit smoking, acupuncture is a natural way to help you curb your craving for nicotine.
If you’re avoiding quitting smoking because you’re afraid of weight gain you shouldn’t let it get in the way of kicking the habit once and for all. Because there’s good news — people who quit gain an average of only about five pounds after they quit. Most gain fewer than 10 pounds and many don’t gain weight at all. You’re also more likely to exercise after you quit.