Smoking Kills One In Three Young Men In China

Two nationwide surveys have shown that one in three young men in China will die from smoking-related causes.

How Smoking Accelerates Aging

Smoking increases the levels of aging-related molecules in the blood stream, thereby accelerating the aging process.

Smoking: A Major Cause Of Cancer Among Chinese Men

A nationwide study has found that smoking causes 23 percent of all cancer incidents in China, urging calls for a widespread smoking cessation movement.

China Goes Tough On Tobacco Use With Anti-Smoking Laws

Although China has successfully pushed through landmark tobacco control laws, it remains to be seen how they will be enforced.

The Gates Foundation In China: Where Funding Healthcare Innovation Is Serious Business

Dr. Ray Yip, country director of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in China, shares the triumphs and challenges of working with the Chinese government to provide better public health solutions in China.

Two Out Of Three Smokers Will Die From Their Habit

A study of over 200,000 people provides direct evidence that smoking kills, causing an estimated two million deaths in Australia alone.

Pfizer Awards US$850,000 Grant To Combat Smoking In China

The grant builds on tobacco control work in China previously funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Daily Drives Linked To Poor Health

A study has identified driving as a risk factor for poor health behaviors and outcomes such as smoking, obesity and insufficient sleep.

For A Healthy Heart, Women Should Exercise

Although smoking is the biggest risk factor for heart disease in women under 30, inactivity becomes the primary cause in women over 30.