Yes, vaping can damage developing bodies. More here on the recent discoveries, the differences between cigarettes and vapes…as well as steps parents can take to talk with their teens openly about vaping.
Yes, the nicotine found in vaping devices can be addictive. Due to the dramatic rise in e-cigarette popularity, we want to clear the air regarding how e-cigarette devices work and misconceptions about their safety. More on vaping basics here.
A visual travel guide to how nicotine travels throughout your system.
Want to kick the habit for good? It may seem impossible. We’re here to give you some hope. In this COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE, we cover how quitting tobacco can be treated medically and what treatment programs can do to help you live a smoke free life.
An A-Z GUIDE for recovery from nicotine addiction. Learn more on what to expect during treatment and how to help a loved one.
Is your teenage daughter or son experimenting with cigarettes? Scientists are researching a new nicotine-eating enzyme and say it can be used for smoking prevention and cessation.
A featured article from Dr. Lisa R. Fortuna, MD, MPH, expert on teen addiction who helps outline mental health issues for parents. Here, she considers the research on the social and neuro-developmental factors related to teen substance use disorders and mental health, and translates that into everyday language and practical recommendations.
How can smokers intervene on the biological, psychological, and emotional forces which drive nicotine addiction? A new idea outlined here, with a section at the end for your questions.
Smoking tobacco and nicotine addiction have a list of side effects on the human body. Here, we review the alternatives that smoking e-cigars or “vaping” offers.
Why do people continue smoking when they know that health consequences can only go downhill? 1. Nicotine addiction 2. Acceptance of subconscious messages 3. Internal justifications We review more here.