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When you quit smoking, over time you'll notice changes to your body and your overall health. Here are nine things that happen when you stop smoking.
The first ‘Marlboro Man’ on television died after never smoking a day in his life. Other cigarette mascots have met a different fate.
Robert Norris quit the Marlboro campaign due to concerns that he was setting a bad example for his children.
The vaping epidemic is almost exclusively attributed to illegal THC vapes. But legal nicotine vapes are being banned across the US, which is "madness."
Juul halts US sales of its fruity-flavored vaping pods as regulators investigate it for marketing to minors — just hours after Philip Morris sai...
"When it comes to the youth access issue, this is where we focus on good conversion practices and a very stringent focus on adult smokers."
Eddie Van Halen thinks he developed cancer from sucking on metal guitar picks, but a doctor says this probably isn’t true
The guitarist lost a third of his tongue due to mouth cancer in 2000, and is now reportedly receiving treatment for cancerous cells in his throat.
No one knows why vapes are leading to lung injury and death, but a lung doctor says formaldehyde and a chemical used in weed killer may be partially t...
The pulmonologist is leading a study of millennials to track how their behaviors and environment affect lung health over time.
Mysterious vaping illnesses are causing life-threatening lung injuries and death. Here’s what we know about the people who have been affected so...
The number of possible vape-related lung injuries has reached 450, and at least four people have died. Survivors are sharing their warnings.
With teen vaping at all time high, schools are turning to ‘vape detectors’ to snuff out secret smokers
Some of these devices can send alerts to school officials, telling them the precise location of smoker on campus.
More than 450 cases of lung injuries, and six deaths, have been linked to vaping. Experts don't know why the devices appear to be so dangerous.
An 18-year-old went viral after sharing photos of his lung injury, warning against vaping. But doctors say it's impossible to prove Juul caused it.