Skip to main content


    Displaying 60 of 1114 Search Results

  1. HHS Smoking Cessation Framework Marks Important Step in Mitigating Tobacco-Related Disease and Health Disparities

    The smoking cessation framework released by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) signifies an important step in advancing smoking cessation effo

  2. News Article News Article Research & Resources

    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.

  3. News Article News Article Research & Resources

    Smoking rates decline steeply in teens in 2021

    Youth smoking dropped to an all-time low in 2021, representing a colossal win for public health initiatives tackling smoking in young people, including those

  4. News Article News Article Research & Resources

    6 tips for people trying to quit smoking

    Here are six tips to help you or someone you know successfully quit smoking and go smoke-free.

  5. News Article News Article Research & Resources

    10 popular shows with the most smoking

    Tobacco appears to be making an unwelcome comeback on the small screen, with shows “Stranger Things,” “The Walking Dead” and “Orange Is the New Black” being

  6. Infographic Infographic Research & Resources

    "Countries" with the highest adult smoking rates

    Countries with the highest adult smoking rates: Tobacco Nation

  7. News Article News Article Research & Resources

    Smoke 'em if you got 'em and if you're 21

    The evidence shows raising the minimum age of sale of tobacco products to 21 will prevent uptake of smoking by young people.

  8. News Article News Article Research & Resources

    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.

  9. News Article News Article Research & Resources

    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?

  10. In yet another delay that leaves kids at risk, FDA tells court it won’t finish reviewing e-cigarette marketing applications until June 2023

    The FDA has the power and responsibility to end this public health crisis, but once again it is failing to do so.

  11. FDA Should Require Research on Impact of E-Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products on Youth Before Authorizing Marketing of Tobacco Products and Claims of Modified Risk

    A group of leading tobacco control experts called on the FDA to require tobacco companies to submit research showing the impact on youth in the US before aut

  12. Report Report Research & Resources

    While you were streaming: Smoking on demand

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