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    4 ways smoking impacts national military readiness

    Tobacco use adversely affects military readiness and harms the health and welfare of military families, retirees and veterans.

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    Answers to 8 common questions about smoking and pregnancy

    Quitting tobacco is one of the best things that expecting mothers can do for their health and the health of their babies.

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    5 unexpected ways smoking affects your body

    Smoking cigarettes can cause lung cancer and heart disease, but did you know that it may also dull your taste buds or impair your hearing?

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    Youth smoking rate falls to 6 percent

    The youth smoking rate is now a record low 6 percent after dropping a full percentage point in just one year.

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    Young adult smoking rate drops to 10%

    In 2017, just 10.4 percent of young Americans aged 18-24 smoked cigarettes, a 21 percent decline since 2016.

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    Answers to five common questions about smoking and heart health

    During American Heart Month, we are highlighting five important facts about heart health from BecomeAnEX, Truth Initiative’s digital quit smoking program.

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    Are selfies making smoking cool again?

    Big Tobacco gets a stream of free advertising from people on Instagram who post “smoking selfies,” images that may help tobacco companies recruit more young

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    What you need to know to quit smoking

    … What you need to know to quit smoking … Fact SheetQuitting smoking … found that 55 percent of women who smoked during the three months before …

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    Head Start updates will help protect children from tobacco smoke

    Updated standards include a requirement that Head Start programs offer parents opportunities to learn about the health risks associated with secondhand smoke

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    Why you should quit smoking before having surgery

    In recent years, research has shown that compared to nonsmokers, smokers have a higher chance of surgery-related complications like heart attack, stroke, sho

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    New research will explore ways to help heavy drinkers quit smoking

    Researchers at the Schroeder Institute® for Tobacco Research and Policy Studies at Truth Initiative have been awarded a grant from Brown University and the N

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    Are organic or natural cigarettes safer to smoke?

    … or natural cigarettes safer to smoke? … News ArticleTraditional … misperceptions about the harms of smoking cigarettes may make someone … of any term that suggests reduced risk or reduced exposure to harmful …