Tag: tobacco

UofL’s nationally networked lab enables researchers to safely study coronavirus

A decade ago, when the National Institutes of Health needed to place a high-security biocontainment laboratory in Kentucky, capable of safely studying dangerous and...

UofL part of $17.98 million grant to continue tobacco research The...

Building upon the success of the past five years, the American Heart Association, in partnership with the University of Louisville, has received a nearly...

UofL research: Flavors in e-cigarettes could cause adverse health effects

  E-cigarettes come in all kinds of flavors, like mango, cotton candy or creme brûlée.  But a new study from Boston University and the University of...

Learn how smoke-free alternatives reduce the harm from smoking at Beer...

Cigarettes continue to make a killing in Kentucky. That’s because quitting is incredibly hard – even downright impossible – for many smokers. Brad Rodu, DDS,...

Health and Social Justice Scholar: Knowledge can contribute to cultural change

Ashton Green has been named one of four students in the first cohort of Health and Social Justice Scholars. Born in Indianapolis, Green was...

Nationally-recognized pulmonary physician to discuss tobacco and health at inaugural Woodson...

Delivering a talk in a state with one of the highest rates of cigarette smoking in the nation, Jonathan Samet, MD, MS, distinguished professor...

Professors share expertise over lunch in A&S lecture series

Capital sentencing. Handcrafted glass. Urban conservation. Perceptions about tobacco use. This smorgasbord of topics and expertise is what College of Arts and Sciences faculty...

Dental researchers give us another reason to kick the habit World...

People may not need another reason to give up cigarettes, but this is certainly one to consider: puffing cigarettes can increase the likelihood that certain...