A new study shows smokers may be able to kick the habit with a little help from psilocybin and three controlled trips
Anti-smoking messaging works differently depending on who's watching, a new study shows
A look at the players in the growing US tobacco market—the biggest may surprise you
The debate over the safety of e-cigarettes, and whether they will help smokers to quit, or simply make it easier for them to start or continue lighting up,...
Changes corporate name from CVS Caremark to CVS Health
Cigarette smoking among high school students has dropped to lowest level in two decades
What parents can do to offset the impact of a steep rise in TV ads for electronic cigarettes aimed at teens and young adults.
In the midst of the drumbeat toward legalization, it’s easy to forget that smoking pot isn’t great for you. Especially if you are a teenager. A review of the...
Documents buried deep in tobacco company archives reveal a hope and a plan to sell marijuana as soon as legally possible
The move by the WHO would push 178 countries to impose tough restrictions on the products, which some scientists say provide a less harmful alternative for...
The band stopped in Lima for their 'Where We Are' tour on April 27
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An iPhone game that puts you in the shoes of a pot entrepreneur is blazing past the competition. Weed Firm lets players follow a marijuana seller’s career...
Olivier De Schutter lamented that "the warning signs are not being heard"
The vapor from e-cigarettes is supposed to be safer than cigarette smoke, but not when it comes to fighting bacteria
A new study finds elevated rates of depression, anxiety and other mental disorders among users of e-cigarettes
A shocking new report has found that child laborers, some as young as 7, "get so sick that they throw up, get covered by pesticides and have no real protective...
New research suggests that some e-cigarettes get hot enough to produce cancer-causing compounds
Study pokes holes in the theory that young smokers will switch from conventional cigarettes to electronic ones
Early exposure to cigarettes could affect how one responds to and craves nicotine