Compared with individuals who never used tobacco, exclusive current cigarette smokers and exclusive current cigar smokers had increased all-cause mortality risks.
The researchers found that greater perception of harm from e-cigarettes was associated with lower odds of susceptibility to using e-cigarettes and current use of e-cigarettes.
Compared with nonsmokers, smokers believe the mild and severe adverse consequences of smoking will take a longer time to develop.
Overall, 29.2% of veterans report current use of 1 of 5 tobacco products.
Non-cigarette tobacco use is associated with subsequent cigarette smoking among US adolescents.
Pharmaceutical aids are not effective for increasing long-term smoking cessation.
Individuals taking varenicline for smoking cessation may be at an increased risk of cardiovascular events.
Smoking cessation drug varenicline also reduces heavy drinking., especially in men.
Smoking cessation outcomes improve with abstinence contingent incentives.
Few cases of lung cancer suspected in counties with smoke-free ordinances.
Smokers with asthma have been encouraged to switch from conventional to electronic cigarettes, but the latter may still cause respiratory damage.
An estimated 42.0% of all incident cancers and 45.1% of cancer deaths in the United States are attributed to potentially modifiable risk factors.
Prenatal tobacco smoke exposure appears to be associated with airflow obstruction in children who have asthma.
Adolescents who use electronic cigarettes with higher levels of nicotine may progressively increase the frequency and intensity of smoking.
A significant enrichment of potential pathogens occurred in patients who smoked and who were admitted to the hospital for severe trauma.
Current use of 2 or more tobacco products was highest among installation, maintenance, and repair workers.
Researchers found the first evidence that smoking modifies previously reported inverse associations between specific polymorphisms and Parkinson Disease.
Replacing smoking with vaping would result in "substantial" life-year gains.
Smokers with HIV who are adherent to antiretroviral therapy are still likely to die from lung cancer.
The prevalence of smoking is higher in people who have experienced myocardial infarction.