City and state governments are responding to skyrocketing youth vaping rates, which went up 78 percent between 2017 and 2018.
A new study finds increased rates of cigarette use among 11th- and 12th-graders in states that passed laws against affirmative action.
The state is moving to prohibit vaping in public and in most places of employment.
Reports published this week showed that Brenda Fitzgerald invested in tobacco companies' stock while heading the CDC.
A new compilation of data finds Eastern Europe is a leader in both alcohol and tobacco consumption.
Facing a giant budget deficit, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal plans to borrow $750 million against future income from a landmark legal settlement with cigarette makers.
The new generation of tobacco use looks a bit different.
A new analysis of sugar-industry documents finds companies worked with U.S. government researchers to soften recommendations against eating too much sugar.
We're winning: More progress has been made toward enlightened drug policies and treatment in the past five years than in the previous 25. Here's an advocacy agenda to take us even closer to the future we need.
After signing up for coverage and disclosing they were smokers, about 100 New Hampshire consumers, including Terry Wetherby, find their new Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield policies canceled because they were charged incorrect “non-smoker” rates.
Researchers find that poor smokers' children are the victims of the habit: Their nutrition takes a hit when their parents divert precious resources to pay for tobacco.
College party-goers share their reasons puffing on the patio ... and other odd studies highlighted in this month's Cocktail Napkin.