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Among New Smokers, Teen Boys More Likely to Quit Than Girls: Study
Ban Indoor Use of E-Cigarettes, U.N. Health Agency Says
Benefits of E-Cigarettes May Outweigh Harms, Study Finds
CDC Readies Latest Graphic Anti-Smoking Ads
Doctors' Group Calls for Tougher Rules on Sale of E-Cigarettes
Drug Therapy May Lower Odds That Kids With ADHD Will Smoke
E-Cigarette Advertising Soars on American TV, Study Finds
E-Cigarette Use Among Adult Nonsmokers Levels Off: CDC
E-Cigarette Vapor May Be Less Toxic Than Tobacco Smoke: Study
E-Cigarettes Should Be Regulated Like Tobacco: American Heart Association
FDA Asks Public to Join Battle Against Smoking by Children
Fewer U.S. Teens Using Illegal Drugs and Alcohol, Report Finds
Head Injuries May Raise Chances of Risky Behavior by Teens
Hookah Smoking Popular Among Well-Heeled Teens: Survey
Kids Who See Movie Violence Also See Smoking, Drinking, Sex: Study
Liquid Nicotine in E-Cigarettes Rising Cause of Poisonings: CDC
Little Cigars Liked by Teens Are Still 'Candy-Flavored Tobacco': Report
Living With a Smoker Like Living in a Polluted City: Study
Lung Groups: Governments Should Limit or Ban Use of E-Cigarettes
Many U.S. Kids Missing Out on Preventive Care, CDC Says
Secondhand Smoke in Childhood Thickens Arteries
Smoke-Free Subsidized Housing Could Save Nearly $500 Million
Smokers in Cars Pose Risk to Passengers: Study
Smoking Banned in More Than 80 Percent of U.S. Homes: CDC
Smoking More Likely Among Teens Whose Parents Light Up
Teens' Energy Drink Habit May Be Linked to Booze, Tobacco, Drug Use
Teens Who Indoor Tan Often Take Other Health Risks: Survey
Teens Who Prefer Menthols Are Heavier Smokers: Study
Tough Laws Continue to Target Tobacco Sales to Minors
Tweens Who Play Sports Less Likely to Smoke: Study
U.S. Smoking Rates Drop to Historic Lows: CDC