Lifetime cost of tobacco use tops $1.9 million per smoker

Smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke cost the United States more than $1.9 million over the lifetime of each smoker

Few smokers know about added sugar in cigarettes

Very few smokers know there is sugar added to cigarettes, a new survey suggests.

Immediate vs Gradual Nicotine Reduction in Cigarettes

Among smokers, immediate reduction of nicotine in cigarettes led to significantly greater decreases in biomarkers of smoke exposure across time compared with gradual reduction

Childhood Exposure to Passive Smoking Increases Risk for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Passive smoking during childhood has been linked to an increased risk for rheumatoid arthritis (RA), according to a study recently published in Rheumatology. This risk is likely to affect future nonsmokers and light smokers alike.

Childhood Exposure to Passive Smoking Increases Risk for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Passive smoking during childhood has been linked to an increased risk for rheumatoid arthritis (RA), according to a study recently published in Rheumatology. This risk is likely to affect future nonsmokers and light smokers alike.

All Smokers Likely to Benefit from Reducing Nicotine in Cigarettes

All smokers, including fast nicotine metabolizers, are likely to benefit if the FDA follows through on a proposal to reduce nicotine levels in cigarettes to minimally addictive or non-addictive levels, new research suggests.

US health officials flag increasing popularity of flavored e-cigarettes as concern in new CDC study

U.S. health officials are flagging the increasing popularity of flavored e-cigarettes as an emerging public threat.

E-Cigarettes May Raise Risk for Heart Attack

E-cigarettes may not be as harmless as many people think. A new study suggests they significantly increase the risk for heart attack.

Alarming trend shows first-time smoking among young adults

Millennials living more dangerously and settling down later could be creating a new generation of addicted smokers and e-cigarette users, according to the surprising results of research by The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth).

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E-cigarette flavorings may damage blood vessels and heart

E-cigarette liquids sweetened with flavorings like clove and vanilla may damage cells in the blood vessels and heart even when they don’t contain nicotine, a small experiment suggests.

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Vaping Doesn’t Often Help Smokers Quit, New Study Finds

Makers of electronic cigarettes and other vaping devices often tout their products as smoking cessation aids. But new research suggests that the devices haven’t helped many U.S. smokers quit.

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E-Cigarette Flavoring Agent May Impair Airway Defense System

(HealthDay News) — Cinnamaldehyde, a commonly used flavoring agent in electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), disrupts mitochondrial function, correlating with impaired cilia beat frequency (CBF), according to a study presented at the American Thoracic Society's 2018 International Conference, held from May 18 to 23 in San Diego.

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Study says vaping by kids isn’t up, but some are skeptical

NEW YORK — Vaping held steady last year in high school students and declined in middle school kids, according to new government data, but some researchers are skeptical because the survey may have missed out on a booming e-cigarette brand.

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E-cigarette usage has changed

Adults were more likely to try e-cigarettes in 2016 than they were in 2014, but they were less likely to use them regularly, according to a study published online on May 15 by JAMA.

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HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH Here's What Scientists Do—And Don't—Know About E-Cigarettes

E-Cigs: How Much Help vs How Much Harm?
Hooking kids on nicotine a steep price to pay for helping some smokers quit, says Skeptical Cardiologist

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HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH Here's What Scientists Do—And Don't—Know About E-Cigarettes

CHICAGO (AP) — New research shows 1 in 7 U.S. adults have tried electronic cigarettes. That’s an increase but it’s offset by a small decline in the number currently using the devices.

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More US adults try vaping but current use is down, data show

CHICAGO (AP) — New research shows 1 in 7 U.S. adults have tried electronic cigarettes. That’s an increase but it’s offset by a small decline in the number currently using the devices.

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Does E-cigarette Use Aid in Smoking Cessation?

More than one-fourth of smokers attempting to quit used e-cigarettes during 3 months after hospital discharge, mostly to aid cessation...

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Liquids in E-Cigarettes Are Heterogeneous, Frequently Toxic

E-cigarettes tied to less smoking cessation

E-Cig Harms Outweigh Benefits, Study Finds

CDC: Teens Seeing More E-Cigarette Ads

E-Cigarette Use: More Harm Than Benefit?

Smokers have an increased risk of hearing loss, study says