Are e-cigarettes beneficial or cause harm? This is what experts say!

The team also warned that heavy regulation and taxation of e-cigarettes will counteract the benefit that these products can provide.

Smoking is definitely a male thing!

Smoking is definitely a male thing!

Although men and women are equally influenced by tobacco, males tend to smoke more than females, finds new research that investigated gender differences in tobacco use among hunter-gathering egalitarian tribes.

Smoking, viral infection reduce efficacy of lung medications

In animal models, the team found that lung tissues exposed to cigarette smoke and viral infection were less responsive to the drug than tissues those were not.

Smoking causes vision loss in patients, say opthalmologists

According to the doctors, several studies have shown that smoking increases the risk of age-related macular degeneration, cataract, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and dry eye syndrome.

Marijuana offers new hope for fertility cure

Frequently smoking pot can take its toll on your sperm and now, a new study suggests that a marijuana receptor might actually hold the key to new fertility treatments for men.

Even light hookah smoking puts your lungs at risk

Turns out, hookah isn't that safe as a new study has suggested that even light waterpipe smoking harms lungs.

Pregnant mom who smokes risks altering baby's DNA

If you can't keep your hands off cigarettes while pregnant, then you may be altering the DNA of your developing foetus as a new study suggests that maternal smoking during pregnancy leaves its lasting mark on the child's genetic make-up.

'Twitter2quit' to help you kick the butt

'Twitter2quit' to help you kick the butt

On average, about 23 percent of tweets were in response to these automated texts, while 77 percent were spontaneous.

Smoking risks health by altering bacterial balance in mouth

The study led by NYU Langone Medical Center and its Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center found that smoking drastically alters the oral microbiome, the mix of roughly 600 bacterial species that live in people's mouths.

Quit smoking at one go!

A new study says that quitting smoking all of a sudden is more abstinence compared to quitting gradually.

Kick the butt: Five smoking myths busted!

According to certain reports, smoking in India is on the rise.

India sees 36% rise in male smokers as cigarettes replace the traditional bidis

The age group of these new entrants is between 15-29 according to a new study published in a health journal

Indian men have shorter lives than women

The survey, conducted by International Society for Men Health, also stated that one in two men, while one in three women, will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.  

Priyanka Chopra backs Sunny Leone's anti-smoking film!

Priyanka Chopra backs Sunny Leone's anti-smoking film!

Sunny's short film '11 minutes' also stars Alok Nath and Deepak Dobriyal.

My will power was strong when I didn't smoke: Deepak Dobriyal

My will power was strong when I didn't smoke: Deepak Dobriyal

Bollywood actor Deepak Dobriyal says he quit smoking cigarettes as he felt that his will power was strong when he was not into smoking.

Quit smoking! Sunny Leone, 'sanskari' Alok Nath, Deepak Dobriyal tell you why in 11 minutes

Quit smoking! Sunny Leone, 'sanskari' Alok Nath, Deepak Dobriyal tell you why in 11 minutes

Sunny Leone, Alok Nath and Deepak Dobriyal feature in a video which tells you why smoking is injurious to health.

Smoking is not cool, it's disgusting: Sunny Leone

Smoking is not cool, it's disgusting: Sunny Leone

Actress Sunny Leone, who will star alongside actors Alok Nath and Deepak Dobriyal in an anti-smoking advertisement, feels the “disgusting” habit that so many peoples around the world have, is not at all “cool”.

Passive smoking can make kids obese

Passive smoking increases obesity in children and amplifies the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, researchers have found.

Shocking! Heavy smokers who quit 15 years ago still at high risk for lung cancer

People who were once heavy smokers, but quit the habit for over 15 years are still at a higher risk of developing lung cancer.