Company Offers An Extra Week Of Vacation For Employees Who Don't SmokeA Tokyo-based marketing firm has started giving non-smoking employees six additional paid days off a year.
Rhode Island City's Downtown Smoking Ban Gets First ApprovalRhode Island's biggest city could soon prohibit smoking in the center of its downtown despite a warning from a city official that it would be hard for police to enforce.
Smoking Near Medical Oxygen Likely Cause Of Fatal Haverhill FireThe State Fire Marshal's Office said the victim, who hasn't been identified, likely fell asleep smoking in his first floor apartment unit.
MBTA Transit Police: Man Punched Rider Who Complained About His SmokingA man MBTA Transit Police say punched a 67-year-old man who complained about his smoking on a T platform was arraigned today in Cambridge District Court.
Mass. Raises $285M From Cigarette TaxMassachusetts taxpayers have shelled out an extra $542 million since state lawmakers voted three years ago to hike the tax on cigarettes and gasoline, with none of the cigarette revenue going directly to anti-smoking programs.
What's The Best Way To Quit Smoking? New Study Says Go Cold TurkeyThose who put away the cigarettes all at once were more likely to quit for good than those who gradually cut down.
Lawmakers Unveil Bill Raising Age To Buy Cigarettes To 21A move to raise the minimum age for purchasing cigarettes and other tobacco products across Massachusetts is gathering steam on Beacon Hill.
Massachusetts Smokers Sue Philip Morris To Pay For Lung Cancer ScreeningsA decade after a group of smokers from Massachusetts sued Philip Morris USA to try to force the cigarette maker to pay for lung cancer screenings, the case will finally be heard by a jury.
Smoking At Home Has 'Direct Impact On Pets,' Study FindsResearch shows household smoking can lead to cancer and weight gain in pets.
New Year’s ResolutionsWe will ring in a brand new year with thoughts of undoing or redoing some of the things we did last year!
Boston Raises Age To Buy Tobacco And Nicotine Products To 21Boston is raising the minimum age for purchasing cigarettes and other tobacco products from 18 to 21.
Research Shows Low-Nicotine Cigarettes Help Smokers Cut BackNew research shows low-nicotine cigarettes may help people light up less.