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Smoking cigarettes can cause eye diseases that can lead to vision loss and blindness, like cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Learn more about how smoking affects your eyes: via @FDATobacco.

Eye Health: Vision Loss

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Looking for FREE materials to support adult smokers on their journey to quit cigarettes for good? Learn how you can request co-branded smoking cessation education posters in English and Spanish: via @FDATobacco.

Free Posters from CTP

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FDA supports science and research to better understand tobacco use and associated risks so that we can reduce the public health burden of tobacco use in the United States. Learn more about tobacco science and research: via @FDATobacco.

About CTP: CTP's Research

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Each quit attempt is a step forward. Learn what to expect when you quit smoking here: via @FDATobacco.

Cessation: What to Expect

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There’s no such thing as safe tobacco. All tobacco products can lead to nicotine addiction and contain toxic, cancer-causing chemicals that can cause serious health problems. Get free resources to help you quit for good: via @FDATobacco.

Cessation: Text Support

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Celebrate your heritage by staying healthy. Get free resources on how to become or stay smoke-free at via @FDATobacco.

Health Equity: Stay Healthy

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Nicotine exposure during adolescence affects brain functions important for reward processing, which makes it easier for youth to become addicted to nicotine. Learn more: via @FDATobacco.

Youth: Signs of Addiction

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Many teens underestimate how easy it is to become addicted to nicotine. Learn more about what FDA is doing to combat youth tobacco use. via @FDATobacco.

Youth: Nicotine Addiction

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Smoking before, during and after pregnancy can harm a baby’s health. Learn how smoking can affect your pregnancy: via @FDATobacco.

Reproductive Health: Pregnancy

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Smoking can cause cervical cancer. Learn more from CTP: via @FDATobacco

Reproductive Health: Cervical Cancer

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Smokers with prostate cancer may be more likely to die of the disease than nonsmokers. Learn more from CTP: via @FDATobacco.

Reproductive Health: Prostate Cancer

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More than 8 out of 10 lung cancer deaths in the U.S. can be attributed to smoking. Learn more about how smoking can affect your lungs: via @FDATobacco.

Lung Health: Lung Cancer

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Within four years of quitting, your risk of stroke drops to that of lifetime nonsmokers. Learn more about how smoking can affect your heart and the benefits of quitting: via @FDATobacco.

Heart Health: Benefits of Quitting

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Smoking can cause plaque buildup in your arteries, which can lead to heart attack or stroke. Learn more about how smoking can affect your heart: via @FDATobacco.

Heart Health: Heart Attack and Stroke Risk

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What happens when a teen starts vaping? In this video from @FDATobacco, pediatricians explain the health effects of e-cigarette use.

For more tobacco education resources for parents and teachers, visit:

Video: What Happens When A Teen Starts Vaping?

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