Research sheds new light on HPV risk factors
Think of it as corporate image enhancement
A look at the players in the growing US tobacco market—the biggest may surprise you
Changes corporate name from CVS Caremark to CVS Health
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...
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
The agency is flexing its new authority under the Tobacco Control Act
Stock prices have risen and fourth-quarter 2013 earnings are strong
To the tune of $1.5 billion in annual revenue
CVS announced Wednesday that the pharmacy will stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products in its 7,600 stores by October, a decision that could cost the...
The agency's ads will feature rotting teeth and premature wrinkles
(WASHINGTON) — The Food and Drug Administration is using ads that depict yellow teeth and wrinkled skin to show the nation's at-risk youth the costs associated...
They're popular, but public health agencies have yet to rule on whether they're a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes
Deemed the "most successful public health campaign in modern history," researchers report that 50 years of tobacco control have saved about 20 years of...
It's the first big city to ban
Europe gets closer to restricting electronic cigarette advertising
Spoiler alert: the United States isn't on the list
Touted as a way to quit smoking, the latest data raise concerns that electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, may actually be a gateway for teens into tobacco...