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Exposure to nicotine may change adolescents' brains and behavior

Exposure to nicotine may change adolescents' brains and behavior

100,000 fewer New Yorkers smoking

100,000 fewer New Yorkers smoking

Cardiovascular disease in parents is a major predictor of offspring having a heart attack or stroke

Cardiovascular disease in parents is a major predictor of offspring having a heart attack or stroke

United States signs Tobacco Control Treaty

United States signs Tobacco Control Treaty

Scientists tackle the decline in male fertility

Scientists tackle the decline in male fertility

AMA survey shows Americans happy to increase state alcohol taxes

AMA survey shows Americans happy to increase state alcohol taxes

New research shows public health consequences of 9/11 disaster

New research shows public health consequences of 9/11 disaster

Mothers who smoke increase the likelihood of daughters smoking 3 fold

Mothers who smoke increase the likelihood of daughters smoking 3 fold

Untreated postmenopausal women with osteoporosis are at risk for first spinal fracture within one year

Untreated postmenopausal women with osteoporosis are at risk for first spinal fracture within one year

Smoking tobacco with a water pipe increasingly popular among women

Smoking tobacco with a water pipe increasingly popular among women

Coalition forms to promote 75 cent tobacco tax increase

Coalition forms to promote 75 cent tobacco tax increase

Researchers use IBM Linux supercomputing cluster to research DNA

Researchers use IBM Linux supercomputing cluster to research DNA

Test results from 1970s linked to rates of erectile problems 25 years later

Test results from 1970s linked to rates of erectile problems 25 years later

Lung cancer varies between men and women

Lung cancer varies between men and women

Second-hand smoke scars and affects healing

Second-hand smoke scars and affects healing

Evidence suggests cutting back on state-sponsored smoking prevention campaigns could increase smoking rates

Evidence suggests cutting back on state-sponsored smoking prevention campaigns could increase smoking rates

Sound sleep in infants lessens likelihood of drug abuse in later years

Sound sleep in infants lessens likelihood of drug abuse in later years

Teenager smoking on the rise

Teenager smoking on the rise

The amount of female smokers rose by 600% in the 20th century

The amount of female smokers rose by 600% in the 20th century

Lung cancer affects male and females differently

Lung cancer affects male and females differently