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Study: African-Americans who live in an area that is predominately Black have a higher change of dying from lung cancer than Blacks who live in more racially mixed communities.
This Thursday, the American Cancer Society is encouraging everyone to quit, whether it’s for one day or forever, with their 37th annual Great American Smokeout.
New research suggests that smoking mentholated cigarettes can double one's risk of having a stroke. This is alarming as 80 percent of African-American smokers smoke menthols.
Menthol cigarettes have become so popular in Black communities, and wreaked so much havoc on people’s health, many African-Americans now support banning mentholated cigarettes for the sake of the community.
Black children living in housing project communities are more likely to smoke cigarettes than children who don't, says a new study from the University of Missouri in St. Louis.
Regardless of race or ethnicity, the odds of smoking were higher among individuals who perceived they were treated differently because of their race, though racial and ethnic minority groups were more likely to report discrimination.
This week marks 25 years since smoking was banned on airplanes.
President Obama called out some of the large tobacco companies for challenging passed legislation that requires the tobacco companies place graphic warning labels on its packaging.
The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld a lower-court ruling that blocks graphic warning labels on cigarette packaging. This is a big win for the tobacco companies and a disappointing loss for the federal government.
Minorities, older people and women less likely to be part of drug trials that might do them good.