There are certain tips that can help if you have been diagnosed with chronic obstructive piulmonary disease. The first is to quit smoking.
Smoking has declined in the past 5 decades as has cancer and heart disease but there are still almost 50 million smokers likely to suffer the unnecessary consequences.
Renowned hypnotherapist Dr. Steven Rosenberg, Ph.D. raised awareness for the 38th Annual Great American Smokeout® (GASO) in his mission to help people lead a healthier life by quitting smoking. Dr. Rosenberg, through hypnosis, closes the […]
Without smoke, e-cigarettes are potentially safer than cigarettes and could help smokers quit but the studies are just starting.
There is a great reason why parents should not smoke cigarettes in the car with their children.
According to a new study, smoking fewer than five cigarettes a day, commonly known as light smoking, triples the risk of dying of heart disease or lung cancer in men. In women the increased risk of lung cancer was five times greater.
Researchers have found that people who smoke are more likely than those who don’t to have a workplace injury that results in a loss of activity.
A lung cancer specialist at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital finds a possible link between the difficulty of quitting smoking and lung cancer.
We know that cigarette smoking is related to stress. But a new study out of the University of Seattle and the VA Hospital took a look at post traumatic stress disorder in veterans and how it relates to cigarette smoking.
If you are trying to quit smoking then this is your lucky day.