Home > Lifestyle > Stop smoking > News News All sections in Stop Smoking » Effects of smoking » Stop smoking advice » Other forms of tobacco use » Smoking FAQs » Smoking in SA » Stop Smoking News Alcoholics who smoke may face early brain ageing Heavy drinking and chronic smoking are associated with early ageing of the brain, a research team reports. Ask Stop Smoking Advice » Assess Ready to quit smoking? » Assess Are you at risk for cancer? » Assess Are you at risk for COPD? » New warning labels for cigarettes Anti tobacco Art No drop in teens' use of 'smokeless' tobacco Many teens still use "smokeless" tobacco products such as chew or snuff. Older, heavy smokers at high risk of lung cancer Doctors have advised older, overweight smokers they should get screened for lung cancer. Hookahs no safer than cigarettes 'Hookahs' expose people to higher levels of carbon monoxide and benzene, researchers say. Do cigarette companies use tax hikes in strategy? Large cigarette companies can keep their products affordable for young people and the poor by shifting the burden of rising excise taxes from cheaper brands to more expensive cigarettes. Exercise helps teen smokers quit A small amount of daily exercise can help teen smokers cut down on or quit their harmful habit, according to a new study. 'Wake-up' cigarette raises cancer risk People who smoke a cigarette as soon as they wake up in the morning are more likely to develop lung and oral cancer than other smokers, a new study reveals. “ Latest comment on Health24 ProfAndyZulu says... There is a bit more to it than that- animals can't speak for themselves and organise protests- we are their keepers and supposedly the guardians of the environment. They get very... Money for people or animals? ” Kids' smoking influences may change over time Friends' cigarette use a bigger factor in middle school than in high school, research shows. Brain stimulation blunts cigarette craving Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable deaths globally. Unfortunately smoking cessation is difficult, with more than 90% of attempts to quit resulting in relapse. Smoking in youth-rated movies doubles Smoking scenes in youth-rated movies doubled in number between 2010 and 2012, and have returned to the same level as a decade ago, according to a new report. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Hill's Science Plan Canine Mini range What is Diabetic Neuropathy? There are more than 200 different viruses which can cause a cold A clinically proven skin care range is now available Live healthier Be vitamin-smart » A-Z of vitamins What is vitamin C? Ask the expert Why we need vitamin D Even in a country with an abundance of sunlight you might have a vitamin D deficiency. Here's why. Beat acne » Stars with scars Acne tips Skincare Myths about acne Through the ages, there have been many myths about acne. We list the myths and give you the facts.