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How unhealthy is red meat? And how beneficial is it to...

Aleksandr Aravkin, University of Washington; Christian Razo, University of Washington, and Jeffrey Stanaway, University of Washington The Research Brief...

The US government’s call for deep nicotine reduction in cigarettes could...

Jonathan Foulds, Penn State The cigarette is the only legal consumer product that – when used as intended –...

An expert panel has recommended against taking vitamin E or beta...

Katherine Basbaum, University of Virginia The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force issued a recommendation statement in June 2022 on...

Why is the FDA seeking to ban menthol cigarettes? 4 questions...

David Mendez, University of Michigan and Rafael Meza, University of Michigan The FDA has opened the public comment period...

April 15 is the day tobacco companies pay $9 billion for...

Charles Betley, University of Maryland, Baltimore County April 15 is Tax Day in the U.S., and it is a bitter pill for many. For state Medicaid...

Why asbestos litigation won’t go away: Because asbestos won’t go away

Jeb Barnes, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences It is tempting to dismiss asbestos as a problem of the...

Smoking rates in US have fallen to all-time low, but how...

Richard Gunderman, Indiana University The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls cigarette smoking “the leading cause of preventable disease and death in...

Who forced the cigarette companies to run those anti-smoking ads?

Stanton Glantz, University of California, San Francisco You may have seen ads run by the big cigarette companies listing the dangers of smoking and...

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