He Started Vaping To Quit Smoking, But The New Habit Landed Him In The ERMore than a quarter of Minnesota high school students admit to vaping in the last month. While recent cases of severe, sometimes deadly lung disease might inspire users to quit, it's not easy.
Wisconsin Assembly To Consider Raising Smoking Age From 18 To 21The state Assembly was poised Thursday to approve a bill that would raise Wisconsin's smoking age.
Study: Anti-Smoking Program Saved 4,000 Minnesotan LivesA statewide tobacco control program has saved more than 4,000 lives and $5 billion in health care and productivity costs, a new Minnesota study reports.
Netflix Stubbing Out Most Tobacco Use In Future Original SeriesExpect to see less smoking on Netflix, which says it plans to cut down on depictions of smoking in upcoming productions.
Study: 3 In 5 Americans Wouldn’t Give Up Unhealthy Habits To Live 10 Years LongerA new study finds that more than half of Americans who smoke, drink or eat fatty foods would rather continue with the unhealthy habit -- even if 10 more years of life was on the line.
Mendota Heights To Vote On Raising Tobacco Buying Age To 21The Mendota Heights City Council is slated vote on it Tuesday night. It will also consider adding menthol to flavored tobacco restrictions.
Menthol Tobacco Restrictions Begin In Mpls. WednesdayA new city ordinance that restricts the sale of menthol tobacco products will go into effect Wednesday.
Minneapolis May Raise Tobacco-Buying Age To 21Plymouth, Edina, St. Louis Park and Bloomington have already raised the age to buy tobacco.
42% Of Non-Smoking Workers Want More Vacation DaysHalo says the average smoker uses about six days a year on work smoke breaks.
Good Question: How Can You Live To 100?A new study from Stanford and Time Magazine finds 77 percent of us want to live to 100, but aren't putting in the work to get there. We always hear we should eat well and exercise, but what does that mean?
Want To Kick Smoking For Good? Don't Give UpIf you smoke cigarettes, or know someone who does, you probably know how hard it is to quit. But the good news is doctors say more Americans are kicking the habit, and fewer teenagers are picking it up.