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    Mapping a COVID-19 vulnerability: Areas of South and Midwest have fewer hospital beds and higher smoking rates

    Alarmingly, areas of the country with high rates of smoking are also among those with lower hospital capacity.

  2. As E-Cigarette Makers Face Critical September 9 Deadline, Leading Health Groups Urge FDA Not to Allow Sale of Any Flavored Products

    Health groups endorse key principles to guide FDA review of e-cigarettes and other tobacco products, call for rigorous scientific evidence and prompt removal

  3. Smoke-free housing to protect millions from the dangers of secondhand smoke to take effect July 31

    A smoke-free policy goes into effect at all federal public housing units on July 31, 2018, thanks to a U.S.

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    What we know and don’t know about Puff Bar right now

    As Puff Bar’s popularity grew, so did the many questions and concerns about the product and the company behind it.

  5. Research Article Research Article Research & Resources

    Young people who vape are much more likely to become smokers, new research confirms

    Findings from a new Truth Initiative study reveal that young people who had ever used e-cigarettes had seven times higher odds of becoming smokers one year l

  6. First-of-its-Kind Text Message Quit Vaping Program, This is Quitting, Enrolls More Than 200,000 Young E-Cigarette Users To Help Them Quit

    Free and anonymous text message quit vaping program for teens and young adults, is helping more than 200,000 young people to quit using e-cigarettes.

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    Research finds tobacco imagery on TV and streaming shows drives youth vaping

    Truth Initiative research is the first to show the link between exposure to tobacco content in episodic content on streaming, broadcast and cable platforms a

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    Apply for the Truth Initiative Tobacco/Vape-Free College Program

    As part of a continued commitment to addressing tobacco as a social justice issue, the Truth Initiative Tobacco/Vape-Free College Program is offering grants of up to $20,000 to Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Predominantly Black Institutions to support the adoption and implementation of a 100% tobacco/vape-free policy.

    Since 2015, the Tobacco/Vape-Free College Program has protected more than 1.1 million students, faculty and staff by provided funding to 184 minority-serving institutions, community colleges and women’s colleges to advocate for and adopt a 100% tobacco-free policy. This roster includes 54 HBCUs and six Predominantly Black Institutions and these institutions are the focus of this round of grants.

  9. News Article News Article Research & Resources

    Why tobacco is a racial justice issue

    Truth Initiative has long recognized that racism is a public health issue and found that there are major reasons why racial disparities in tobacco use persis

  10. Report Report Research & Resources

    IQOS in the U.S.

    IQOS, a new electronic nicotine delivery device marketing itself as a high-tech, luxury product has entered the U.S. market.