A new study looks at how smoking status and age impact lung cancer risk.
Tag: smoking cessation
The younger someone starts smoking, the more likely they are to smoke daily as an adult, even into their 40s, according to new data from a study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.Read More
Smokers who used e-cigarettes and had counseling were more than twice as likely to successfully quit smoking compared to those who only received counseling, according to results from a clinical trial.Read More
The number of American adult smokers is an an all-time low (34 million, or 14% of the population), according to the US Surgeon General’s new report on smoking cessation.Read More
The World Health Organization advises people to quit smoking tobacco, including cigarettes, at least 4 weeks prior to having surgery.Read More
Long-term nicotine replacement therapy did not provide any advantages over a traditional smoking cessation program for COPD patients attempting to quit.Read More
Scholar argues that recent FDA regulations may keep smokers in the dark about e-cigarettes....Read More