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    The facts about women and tobacco

    Every year, smoking-related diseases kill more than 200,000 women.

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    How big tobacco made cigarettes more addictive

    … on the health consequences of smoking found that as smoking rates … over the past 50 years, the risk of dying from cigarette smoking

  3. News Article News Article Research & Resources

    From social taboo to target market: How tobacco use became a women’s issue

    … report confirming the link between smoking and cancer in 1964. In the … report in 2014 also found that the risks for women smokers has risen dramatically—in fact, the risk of death from any cause has more …

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    Profile of blunt users sharpens with new study

    … Cigars cigars/little cigars who smokes Past month users of tobacco, … Studies at Truth Initiative. Blunt smoking refers to the practice of … health consequences and risks of blunt use should be directed …

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    Why racial and ethnic discrimination matters in the tobacco fight

    … discrimination are more likely to smoke, a Truth Initiative® study … have each been shown to drive smoking rates, could jointly impact … to pro-tobacco marketing on risk of cigarette use.” Tobacco …

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    Tobacco use in the District of Columbia 2018

    … … In 2016, 14.7 percent of adults smoked. Nationally, the rate was 17.1 … annual spending target. … ⁵ … Smoking-related health care costs: $391 million per year … ⁵ … Smoking-related losses in …

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    The truth about: Little cigars, cigarillos and cigars

    … Americans are more likely to smoke cigars. In 2015, 11.5 percent … are misinformed about the health risks. Cigar smoking is associated with a higher …

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    Tobacco use in Indiana 2018

    … … In 2016, 21.1 percent of adults smoked. Nationally, the rate was 17.1 … annual spending target. … ⁴ … Smoking-related health care costs: $2.93 per year … ⁴ … Smoking-related losses in …

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    Tobacco use in Mississippi 2018

    … … In 2016, 22.7 percent of adults smoked. Nationally, the rate was 17.1 … annual spending target. … ³ … Smoking-caused health care costs: … $1.23 billion per year … ⁴ … Smoking-caused losses in …

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    Tobacco use in Michigan 2018

    … … In 2016, 20.4 percent of adults smoked. Nationally, the rate was 17.1 … annual spending target. … ⁴ … Smoking-caused health care costs: … $4.59 billion per year … ⁴ … Smoking-caused losses in …

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    Tobacco use in Idaho 2018

    … … In 2016, 14.5 percent of adults smoked. Nationally, the rate was 17.1 … annual spending target. … ⁴ … Smoking-related health care costs: $508 million per year … ⁴ … Smoking-related losses in …

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    Tobacco use in Alabama 2018

    … … In 2016, 21.5 percent of adults smoked. Nationally, the rate was 17.1 … annual spending target. … ⁴ … Smoking-related health care costs: … $1.88 billion per year … ⁴ … Smoking-related losses in …