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NEW JERSEY'S Senate approved a raise in the legal smoking age from 19 to 21 last week, pushing the groundbreaking experiment in public health one step closer to fruition.
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One team of researchers assessing the risks of electronic cigarettes is counting the puffs taken by volunteer "vapers."
Phoenix-based Smoking Vapor recently opened a new store in the Arcadia neighborhood, and has a number of additional store openings slated in the coming months.
Ten years ago, Shirley Worthington rushed Tigger to the vet when the dog's mouth started bleeding.
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Despite warnings that hookah smoking can be just as dangerous as cigarettes, many young adults believe that using the water pipes is not harmful to their health, according to a study.
The decision was made by the Albany Common Council in a unanimous vote Monday night.
If it's approved, it would be illegal to use any tobacco product in any city-owned park, playground or recreation area.
That obesity can cut life short by causing strokes and other illnesses comes as no surprise, but a study reported on Tuesday quantifies the toll: The most extreme cases cut a person's lifespan more than cigarettes.
Researchers found in a study released Tuesday that combining nicotine patches and the prescription medicine varenicline was more effectivein helping participants quit smoking than using varenicline by itself.
Starting next year , Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis will require potential employees to pass a drug test-detecting nicotine.
Smokers have been warned about the dangers of discarding their cigarettes on Eastbourne Pier after a fire scare last weekend.
After a month-long social media poll, the owners decided to kick the habit in the restaurant and on the patio.
Anyone who wants a job next year at Anne Arundel Medical Center -- whether as a surgeon or security guard -- will have to prove they don't smoke or use tobacco.
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