Even if you’ve been a lifelong smoker, it’s never too late to quit. A pulmonologist explains how your lungs — and the rest of your body — begin recovering less than half an hour after you quit.
Mullein, a centuries-old medical remedy, still has practical uses today. Learn more about how this herb can help loosen mucus, calm inflammation and fight germs.
Burning candles does release hydrocarbons into the air, but not enough to pose a significant health risk to most people. Just choose your candles wisely, and follow these tips to stay as safe as possible!
Vapes, cigarettes and cigars all contain nicotine and carry substantial health risks. Your best bet is to avoid or quit any smoking habit.
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Plain and simple: Vaping isn’t a safe alternative to smoking cigarettes. Both vaping and smoking are dangerous to your health and impact your athletic performance.
Like smoking cigarettes, vaping nicotine products is addictive and dangerous. You deserve full credit for your desire to quit! And here’s how you can do it.
The latest trend in e-cigarettes is causing a stir in schools across the country. Here’s why a doctor says parents should talk to their teens about it.
Salt rooms are billed as a way to solve breathing problems, improve your skin and reduce stress. Find out if the claims are true.
An asthma attack can be stressful and scary. But having an asthma action plan — for you or a loved one — can help. Learn what an asthma action plan is and how to create yours.
Ready to quit smoking? While it can be tough to kick the habit, nicotine replacement therapy, relaxation techniques and having a support system are just a few of the ways you can successfully quit.