Off the top of my head:
And then Callahan's Lady and The Lady Slings The Blues (Booze?), which are about a different main cast of characters. I'm sure I missed a few, but there's a list here.
His collaborations with his wife are pretty good, too. He's probably my favorite sci-fi author, or at least in a 3-way tie with Heinlein and Asimov.
...I would say, that may be true for certain users -- for example, long-time smokers that cannot quit -- but the problem is, it doesn't mean that they're healthier. Regular cigarettes are super unhealthy. E-cigarettes are just unhealthy...
Not that I'm an advocate for smoking (full disclosure: I quit cigarettes 4+ years ago and I don't vape), but would that not by definition mean that they're healthier, or does "super unhealthy" not mean less healthy than just "unhealthy"?
The goal of science is to build better mousetraps. The goal of nature is to build better mice.