Lung cancer is increasing in never-smokers, particularly young women. There are several potential causes, as well as factors that are not responsible.
Causes, treatments, and survival rates for lung cancer differ significantly between non-smokers and smokers. Dig into the research on risk and more.
Smoker’s flu is a set of symptoms that people may experience when they stop smoking tobacco or using nicotine. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment.
Even occasional smokers face an increased risk of mortality and disease compared to people who have never smoked.
The signs and symptoms and of lung cancer in non-smokers may be different from those in people who smoke. Learn what all never smokers need to know.
The risk of lung cancer in former smokers is significant. Learn about the statistics, and what you should know about screening and early detection.
COPD can occur in people who have never smoked. Learn about the causes and how it differs from the disease in smokers.
We reviewed and compared cost, coverage, and access from the best life insurance companies for smokers. If you light up, this list will help smokers find life insurance to fit their needs.
The causes of small cell lung cancer include more than smoking. Learn about the risk factors and how these differ from other lung cancer types.
Preventing lung cancer involves quitting smoking and tactics that apply to smokers and non-smokers alike. Learn what you can do to lower your risk.