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Long-term exposure to passive smoking (second-hand smoke) may increase premenopausal breast cancer risk

Long-term exposure to passive smoking (second-hand smoke) may increase premenopausal breast cancer risk

Australian MPs back call for smoking bans in cars

Australian MPs back call for smoking bans in cars

Over four percent of pregnant women ages 15 to 44 used illicit drugs during the past month

Over four percent of pregnant women ages 15 to 44 used illicit drugs during the past month

Potential smoking liability cases thrown into doubt in Europe

Potential smoking liability cases thrown into doubt in Europe

UK latest country to join anti-smoking drive

UK latest country to join anti-smoking drive

Every U.S. child and adult will be obese by 2044

Every U.S. child and adult will be obese by 2044

Ageing and Health publication by the Medical Research Council highlights groundbreaking work on the ageing process

Ageing and Health publication by the Medical Research Council highlights groundbreaking work on the ageing process

University of Exeter researchers discover a stroll could help break your smoking habit

University of Exeter researchers discover a stroll could help break your smoking habit

Research shows smoking bans unlikely to affect business in Canada

Research shows smoking bans unlikely to affect business in Canada

Tobacco companies designed cigarettes "to addict women"

Tobacco companies designed cigarettes "to addict women"

Twenty countries plan to go smokefree

Twenty countries plan to go smokefree

BMA Scotland response to McTear v Imperial Tobacco verdict

BMA Scotland response to McTear v Imperial Tobacco verdict

Health professionals should push for a total smoking

Health professionals should push for a total smoking

Tobacco companies used psychological means to deliberately target women

Tobacco companies used psychological means to deliberately target women

New finding in studying dopamine transporter

New finding in studying dopamine transporter

Allergies may be linked to irregular periods

Allergies may be linked to irregular periods

Fewer adults smoke in the U.S. and the number is dropping

Fewer adults smoke in the U.S. and the number is dropping

Free nicotine patches could substantially increase the likelihood of smokers quitting

Free nicotine patches could substantially increase the likelihood of smokers quitting

Smokers with access to low-tax cigarettes less likely to quit

Smokers with access to low-tax cigarettes less likely to quit

Raising tobacco taxes could curb youth’s cigar habits

Raising tobacco taxes could curb youth’s cigar habits