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    Smoking and mental illness: Meet the doctor helping patients quit

    Hear from Dr. Steven Schroeder about why smoking among those with mental illness is a social justice issue that needs attention.

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    Hero in blockbuster teen video game “Overwatch” smokes cigars

    Overwatch, a video game rated suitable for teens, features a hero who smokes cigars, part of a trend of games that show tobacco being marketed to use

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    Here’s another reason to remove smoking from video games

    With smoking widespread in video games, new Truth Initiative® research is giving creators another reason to remove tobacco from their games.

  4. New report shows that e-cigarettes can both harm and help the smoking epidemic

    A National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report outlines the evidence-based consensus on the health consequences of e-cigarettes.

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    While you were streaming: Smoking on demand

    A surge in tobacco imagery on TV, Netflix and other streaming platforms is putting youth at risk.

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    Colleges unveil campus art to promote smoke- and tobacco-free policies

    Participants in the truth x arts college mural contest created campus artwork to celebrate their school going smoke- or tobacco-free.

  7. HUD final rule on smoke-free housing will protect millions from the dangers of secondhand smoke

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) final rule announced today, requiring each agency administering public housing to implement a smoke-f

  8. 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.

  9. Research Article Research Article Research & Resources

    Research funded to study the appeal of menthol and smoking by people with HIV

    Researchers at the Schroeder Institute for Tobacco Research and Policy Studies at Truth Initiative received funding for two one-year pilot projects from MeTR

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    83 schools pledge to go smoke- or tobacco-free with community college initiative

    Truth Initiative has awarded funding to 83 colleges to go smoke- or tobacco-free.

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    Cigarette smoking among teens down, but e-cigarette use up

    Teen smoking of traditional tobacco cigarettes in the United States reached a new low of eight percent in 2014, but the data from the annual “Monitoring the

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    Smoke screens: Is tobacco use in youth-rated movies still a problem?

    Tobacco use on screen is a public health concern because exposure to smoking imagery in movies can cause young people to start smoking.