A father’s smoking habits may harm the brains of his children and even grandchildren, a study on animals suggests.
E-cigarettes should be used more actively to help smokers quit, a study has suggested.
The link between smoking and multiple sclerosis (MS) is “clearer than ever”, with those who smoke more likely to develop the condition and become disabled more quickly, a charity has warned.
Health officials have estimated that just one in 10 people will be smokers in five years’ time.
Ploughing more money into the Stoptober campaign leads to better results, an expert has said.
Non-smokers’ exposure to second-hand smoke has reduced by 97% in the last two decades, according to a study.
A smoker has been slammed for flicking a cigarette butt into a pram in an incident that left a five-month-old baby with burns.
Rules around e-cigarettes should be relaxed to help accelerate already declining smoking rates, MPs have said.
The perception that e-cigarettes are safe should be treated with caution, scientists have said as new research suggests vapour could harm lung cells.
Dundee has one of the highest proportions of smokers in Britain, new figures have revealed.
A playpark in Stobswell has become the designated first smoke-free play area in the city.
Sentence was deferred on a man who admitted shoplifting from a Dundee supermarket.
Smokers in Tayside and Fife are failing to quit the habit as cessation rates plunge.
David Cahill, 39, of Laing Place, had sentence deferred for reports.
Yesterday marked the 34th No Smoking Day and the Tele sent reporter Adam Hill to a hypnotherapist to see if he could help him stub out the smokes.
Smoking is not only bad for the lungs and heart, it can also damage your hearing, research suggests.
A Dundee hypnotherapist is offering free sessions to mark National No Smoking Day.
The fresh air garden at Ninewells Hospital has been closed after 'regular' complaints about smokers lighting up.
Playgrounds in Dundee parks could be designated smoke free zones if a proposal is passed by councillors on Monday.
Hot tea and heavy alcohol consumption can increase the risk of a deadly cancer five-fold, research has shown.