Tobacco & Smoking Topics
Popcorn Lung: A Dangerous Risk of Flavored E-Cigarettes
Over a decade ago major popcorn manufacturers removed diacetyl from their products because of deaths and hundreds of cases of bronchiolitis obliterans, a serious and irreversible lung disease. But some people are still being exposed to diacetyl - not through food flavorings as a worksite hazard, but through e-cigarette vapor.
Secondhand Smoke - Firsthand Risk
Today, 28 states and the District of Columbia have passed comprehensive laws to protect their citizens from secondhand smoke. Now it's time for the remaining 22 states to do the same.
Don't Puff Around Pets
We know that smoking affects the health of not just the one smoking, but everyone exposed to the secondhand smoke. But have you thought about second-paw smoke? Rover and Mittens are just as susceptible to the health effects of secondhand smoke just like the rest of the family.
What Does Your Garage and a Cigarette Have in Common?
One cigarette probably has more chemicals than all the stuff you keep in your garage. Take a look at what's in a cigarette.Related Topic: Tobacco & Smoking
On Opening Day 2016: No More Chew in Baseball Stadiums
Baseball season is here! And at some stadiums you may notice something new: the wads of chewing tobacco that players stuffed in their cheeks will be a thing of the past.
5 Tips to Get Through the Oscars without Smoking
Stretching out at more than four hours (or longer depending on your red carpet style), the Oscars have become a pop culture marathon. And if you're trying to stay smokefree, the Oscars - or any soiree - can make an evening feel even longer than usual. So whether you are hosting a party, taking it easy on the couch or sitting in the front row, here are a few tips to help you keep urges at bay.
State of Tobacco Control: Answers to Your Burning Questions
Understandably there are many questions that come up when it comes to policies and regulations. So, we've put together a few answers to commonly asked questions about tobacco control from the authors of our "State of Tobacco Control 2016" report.
Who Is Really Benefiting From the Tobacco Settlement Money?
You may or may not remember this, but there was a time when the tobacco industry even more openly and brazenly marketed tobacco products to our kids. It was then and continues today to be their business plan: they hook kids young, which can lead to a lifetime of addiction and tobacco industry profits.
Why Is Quitting Smoking So Difficult? The Science Behind Addiction
It can take a smoker multiple quit smoking attempts before they are completely smokefree. But despite these struggles, we know quitting is worth it.