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  1. Cigarette smoking has declined but population disparities among populations are cause for concern

    It is terrific news that the results of the National Health Interview Survey, released today by the U.S.

  2. Washington task force includes tobacco prevention and control in cancer moonshot recommendation

    By including tobacco control and primary prevention in the Washington task force recommendations for the National Cancer Moonshot Initiative, tremendous stri

  3. Summer truth tour takes on tobacco use with one goal: Finish smoking for good

    School’s out, summer is here - which means a crew of truth® “tour riders” are hitting the road to connect with more than one million young people on the Vans

  4. Teens stop #CATmageddon; Enlist pets to send their message to Big Tobacco

    truth®, one of the largest and most successful national youth tobacco prevention campaigns, is asking teens (and their pets) to make their mark—literally—on

  5. US high schooler cigarette use is at historic low while nearly a quarter reported using e-cigarettes

    It is terrific news that the results of the 2015 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), released today by the U.S.

  6. National public health org brings on women’s health and wellbeing leader

    Truth Initiative has brought on a veteran of the reproductive health, education and advocacy arena, Amy Taylor, to lead its community-level engagement and yo

  7. Study shows graphic cigarette warnings trigger brain areas key to quitting smoking

    Viewing graphic anti-smoking images on cigarette packs triggers activity in brain areas involved in emotion, decision-making and memory as observed via brain

  8. truth® and Vans morph culture-changing art into bold fashion statement

    When it comes to teen tobacco use, truth believes creativity speaks louder than words.

  9. Significant drop as teen cigarette smoking hits 7%

    Teen cigarette use has declined to an historic low of 7 percent, proving that national efforts to prevent teen smoking are working.

  10. Former smokers who quit within the past year are 4 times more likely to be daily e-cigarette users

    Adding to a growing body of research on patterns of e-cigarette use, researchers from Rutgers School of Public Health and the Steven A.

  11. Vine stars debunk social smoking myths with truth

    Vine stars have an important message: no matter how much or how little you smoke, Big Tobacco gets paid every time you light up, so don’t get played!

  12. CDC/FDA show seven of ten youth using tobacco use flavored products

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released two studies of youth tobacco use drawn from the 2014