Make no butts about it, Wayne State University is about to have a zero tolerance policy when it comes to smoking or using other tobacco products on campus.
Officials say a plan to ban lighting up in city parks is on hold — for now.
The ban would apply to all forms of smoking, including cigarettes, cigars and hookahs.
Electronic cigarettes have surpassed traditional smoking in popularity among teens.
A local doctors says many people believe hookah is a safer alternative to cigarettes — but it’s not.
Several students have complained that the school’s “25-feet smoking rule” is not being followed.
Banning the sale of electronic cigarettes to kids may seem like a no-brainer, yet a number of health advocacy groups oppose legislation that does just that.
Legislation introduced last month would roll back a provision of Michigan’s smoking ban to allow smokers to light up at outdoor seating for bars and restaurants.
There are some scary new numbers out from the government on how many kids are using e-cigarettes.
There’s a new program to help current and former smokers get screened for lung cancer.