Smoking -- even just a few cigarettes a day -- has been linked to many serious health risks. Up to half of all current tobacco users will die from a tobacco-related disease, some of which are discussed below.
According to the American Lung Association, smoking is directly responsible for about 90% of the deaths due to lung cancer. Smoking is also responsible for the majority of deaths due to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which includes emphysema...Read more
A very common question from people trying to quit smoking is: “Will smoking marijuana help or hurt as I try to quit smoking... Read more »
The good news is that in recent years fewer Americans are smoking cigarettes, however many still continue to smoke, and unfortunately the... Read more »
So you've come to terms with the fact you have asthma, yet you continue to smoke. Even if you've tried quitting a hundred times, what... Read more »
Researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center at the University of Washington Medical Center have published a research article stating... Read more »
The impact of smoking on cancer has been widely promoted, but its relationship to vascular disease is less known by the public. Veins and arteries... Read more »