Smoking Research and Studies Directory
Smoking is a dangerous habit. We know this because of research and studies done to test the effects of smoking. Clinical trials offer the chance to try experimental treatments. Follow the links below to find WebMD's coverage on smoking research and studies are done.
Is Vaping Bad For You?
Are e-cigarettes truly safe, or are they risky business? Learn the pros and cons of vaping.
How I Quit Smoking
A reader shares how he kicked the habit for good.
Does Smoking Tobacco Make Heartburn Worse?
Find out the hidden connection between smoking, nicotine, and heartburn and GERD.
Video: How to Quit Smoking
Cigarettes may be a source of comfort during times of stress, but there are effective ways to ditch tobacco for good.
CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden on E-Cigarettes
CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden discusses E-Cigarettes.
Can E-cigarettes Help Smokers Quit?
Nicotine patches were created to help cigarette smokers quit. Can E-cigarettes do the same?
Video: How Smoking Affects Your Heart
Everyone knows that cigarettes are terrible for your lungs, but how do they harm your ticker, too?
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Surprising Ways Smoking Affects Your Looks
Pictures of twins show how smoking dramatically speeds up wrinkles and aging. Also covered: sagging breasts, early menopause, hair loss, cataracts, infertility, and other effects of smoking.
Slideshow: 13 Best Quit-Smoking Tips Ever
Quitting smoking is not easy, but the many health benefits are worth it! Use these practical tips to kick the cigarette habit for good.
Smoking Infographic: Know the Facts