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Knightdale mayor Russell Killen speaks against House Bill 150 at a Wake County Mayors Association press conference in March.
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Montrealers participated in a march for the legalization of marijuana, Saturday, May 4, 2013, in Montreal.
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THE sale of tobacco products will be banned in health-care facilities and pharmacies, including drugstores and large retail outlets such as Safeway and Superstore, as of May 31 on World No Tobacco Day.
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Samantha Mixon looks and feels great, but she is fighting stage four lung cancer and all the assumptions that people make about her disease.
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HE fought the smoking ban and reputedly fell out with Michael Winner, but now legendary landlord Gerry Stonhill has retired.
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Smokers are welcome in fewer outdoor places as bans against lighting up in parks and recreational areas are adopted with increasing frequency in the region.
Nova Scotia students in four selected grades who attend junior and senior high schools were more likely to try alcohol over drugs last year, a new survey says.
The Alaska Housing Finance Corp. announced this week that 660 of the 1,628 units they own and manage statewide will no longer allow smoking inside as of Aug.
Her name is Terrie Hall, a former smoker who's known for appearing in anti-smoking TV ads.
LITTLE FERRY - Little Ferry may soon join a growing number of towns that have banned smoking in its public parks.
During a busy day in the office, have you ever stopped to ask yourself which of the myriad of services we provide are the most effective in improving our patients' health? Perhaps it is when we screen for cholesterol, perform a Pap smear, or recommend a mammogram.
Recently, Angelina Jolie revealed that she "decided to be proactive" and underwent a preventive double mastectomy upon discovering she had the gene that would most likely cause her to develop breast cancer.
More than 13 percent of children between the ages of 12 and 18 in Shanghai have tried smoking and almost 4 percent of them are smokers, according to a survey by Shanghai Jiao Tong University's public health school.
DEAR ABBY: I was surprised to see you equate a concerned grandmother's creative solution to smoking with bribery in your Feb.
Dear Abby: I was surprised to see you equate a concerned grandmother's creative solution to smoking with bribery in your Feb.
Assemblyman David Weprin is touting a bill that would ban smoking in private cars where a child under 14 is present.
Physicians weighing the benefits and risks of CT scans for detecting lung cancer now have more information to help with the decision.