The latest trend in e-cigarettes is causing a stir in schools across the country. Here’s why a doctor says parents should talk to their teens about it.
A new study shows even light smokers can develop deadly lung diseases such as emphysema and COPD. Pulmonologist Humberto Choi, MD, explains the findings.
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.
While the health risks of e-cigarettes don’t appear to be as great as tobacco smoking, more research is needed. Find out what we know about how cigarettes, cigars and vaping compare.
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