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Informative text from the FDA to place on your tobacco prevention website.

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The Real Cost Campaign

FDA’s first smoking prevention campaign, “The Real Cost,” seeks to educate the more than 10 million at-risk teens in the United States about the harmful effects of cigarette smoking. Launched in 2014, the campaign strives to prevent youth who are...
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Compliance & Enforcement

To protect the health of future generations, FDA closely monitors retailer, manufacturer, importer, and distributor compliance with Federal tobacco laws and regulations and takes corrective action when violations occur.
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This is Our Watch

To give retailers all the tools they need to comply with tobacco regulations, the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products has developed a new education program called “This is Our Watch.” This program helps tobacco retailers better understand FDA...
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Retailer Overview of FDA Regulations

FDA regulates all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, hookah tobacco, and cigars. If you sell tobacco products, you must comply with all applicable federal laws and regulations for retailers.
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Men's Health

Smoking continues to have a profound impact on the health and well-being of men and their families in the United States.
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Tobacco Compliance Webinars

This webinar series educates and informs retailers and small businesses on federal tobacco regulations.
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Chemicals in Cigarettes: From Plant to Product to Puff

Do you know how many harmful chemicals are in cigarettes or how they get into the product? Watch three videos to learn more about the stages of cigarettes, from plant to product to puff.
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Light, Low, Mild or Similar Descriptors

Tobacco products that are labeled or advertised with the terms "light," "low," or "mild" or similar descriptors mislead the public into thinking that these products cause fewer health problems than other cigarettes. However, they still pose a...
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Tobacco Control Act Overview

To protect the public and create a healthier future for all Americans, the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act gives FDA authority to regulate the manufacture, distribution, and marketing of tobacco products.
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Comment Opportunities

We solicit information and comments, announced in the Federal Register and posted in dockets on Regulations.gov, from concerned citizens, industry, and organizations on a wide range of issues related to implementation of the Tobacco Control Act.
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Harmful and Potentially Harmful Constituents (HPHCs)

The chemicals or chemical compounds found in tobacco products that cause or may cause serious health problems have specific FDA reporting requirements.
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Women's Health

Smoking continues to have a profound impact on the health and well-being of women and their families in the United States.
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Tobacco-Related Health Fraud

Claims of less harm or reduced risk of disease from using tobacco products that mislead consumers to think that these products are safe to use are considered health fraud.
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FDA's New Regulations for E-Cigarettes, Cigars, and All Other Tobacco Products

FDA finalized a rule to regulate all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, and hookah.
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Video: Tobacco Regulatory Science in Action - Dr. Krishnan-Sarin

Video: Tobacco Regulatory Science in Action--Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, Ph.D.
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