|Tobacco Companies Sponsored Luxury Trips for DeLay
||Public records show that former House majority leader Tom DeLay used contributions and services from tobacco companies and other special interests for a notable number of extravagant trips and luxury outings, according to an Associated Press review publis
|Smoking May Make Psoriasis Worse
||THURSDAY, Dec. 22 (HealthDay News) -- People with psoriasis are more likely to be smokers, and the smoking habit appears to make the skin condition worse, according to two new studies.
|No smoking message fails with teens
||According to a recently released survey by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, unless more aggressive action is taken on a federal level, to prevent kids from smoking and curb tobacco marketing, little progress will be made in reducing youth smoking rat
|Scientists contradict claims hookah safer than cigarettes
||The political aspect of hookah isnâ€™t the only thing raising eyebrows in Fort Collins.
|A Solution to the #1 New Yearâ€™s Resolution: Quit Smoking
||Smoke Free Society extends offer of free download to help smokers quit
|Spain passes tobacco law, but bars to stay smoky
||MADRID: Spain passed a law aimed at cutting smoking in public places on Thursday, but bar owners plan to exploit a loophole to make sure their bars remain havens for Spain's millions of smokers.
|Bar Owner Prosecuted For Violating Smoking Ban
||The first prosecution of a bar owner for violating Austin's smoking ban is now underway. The bar owners say that they want the city to butt out of their business.
|USA's health gets bad marks for smoking, obesity
||Teenage pregnancy rates have fallen, but smoking, obesity and child poverty remain large U.S. public health issues, results of a new assessment show.
|Coalition Seeking 300% Tax Hike for Cigarettes
||SACRAMENTO â€” A coalition of health organizations wants to increase the tax on a pack of cigarettes by 300% in California to boost funding for emergency care, nursing education, cancer research and other health programs.
|Most stores won't sell smokes to teenagers, survey says
||BISMARCK, N.D. - Most North Dakota stores won't sell cigarettes to teenagers, although a survey's results showed a slight increase this year in the number of businesses that provided tobacco to young buyers.
|Use of smokeless tobacco among youth on the rise
||Role models can play a significant part in the lives of adolescents. However, when it comes to young athletes, sometimes role models can be hazardous to their health.