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.
Yet another delay in the federal health care overhaul may be good news for smokers.
A Walled Lake woman is in critical condition after accidentally setting herself on fire.
Flint-based McLaren Health Care has instituted a no-nicotine policy for all job applicants, testing them for tobacco use as part of the drug screening process.
More than 29 percent of Michigan’s total cigarette consumption in 2011 was smuggled into the state, according to The Mackinac Center for Public Policy.
A new study shows that doctors aren’t doing enough to warn parents about the dangers of smoking in the car.
It’s been over two years since Michigan imposed a ban on smoking in restaurants and bars.