At the main entrance of the New Orleans Veterans Affairs Medical Center, a large white easel with the words “No Smoking” sits about 50 feet from a long line of benches where several veterans are perched with cigarettes.

Starting October 1, those veterans will be asked t...

Those who use flavored-tobacco products soon may not be able to purchase them in Burbank.

The City Council unanimously voted on Tuesday to approve the first reading of an ordinance banning the sale of flavored tobacco in an effort to reduce the number of teens and child...

MD Anderson Medical Centre experts in Texas US explain the danger of e-cigarettes use by children and teenagers.

FROM tomorrow Basingstoke hospital will become a smoke-free zone.

Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust took the decision to introduce the ban after the father of a newborn complained that his son’s first breaths were tainted by second-hand smoke when leaving Ba...

“The amount of nicotine-equivalent substances contained in e-cigarette devices is 25 to 50 times the amount contained in a pack of cigarettes,” experts say.

A new study found that young women who vape may find it more difficult to conceive due to vaping affecting their eggs.

Although vaping has been considered a healthier alternative to smoking and has gained popularity on social media, it has recently been found to cause a...

Think smoking hubbly bubbly is less harmful than a cigarette? Think again.

Smoking hubbly, also known as a hookah, is more dangerous than smoking a normal cigarette, so say experts.

Hubbly bubbly has become a fashion accessory, and young people in particular are often se...

HEALTH bosses have urged people to stop using e-cigarettes as the number of people falling ill from vaping continues to soar.

There have now been 21 reported deaths across the US while cases of those contracting the mysterious lung disease has surged beyond 1,000.

The mo...

The Chilean Ministry of Health sent to Congress on Tuesday a bill on the electronic cigarette that imposes the same regulations on use and marketing that traditional tobacco currently has.

The project to regulate these devices, whose use has been widespread in Chile mai...

GENEVA (Reuters) - Soccer’s world governing body FIFA and the World Health Organization (WHO) agreed on Friday to work together to ensure tobacco-free environments at stadiums and to promote healthy lifestyles through football.

The United Nations agency will also provid...

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