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Get the Latest Facts on Teen E-Cigarette Use

According to results from the latest National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS), 1.8 million fewer middle and high school students are using e-cigarettes in 2020 compared to 2019. FDA is encouraged by this significant decline. However, youth e-cigarette...
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How are Non-Combusted Cigarettes, Sometimes Called Heat-Not-Burn Products, Different...

You may have heard about non-combusted cigarettes, heated tobacco products, or heat-not-burn products. These products generally heat dry tobacco to create an aerosol that the user inhales.
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Think E-Cigs Can’t Harm Teens’ Health?

By approximately age 11 for girls and 14 for boys, the brain is about as big as it’s going to get. But size aside, this organ at the center of sensation and intellect will continue to develop for years after that—into a person’s mid to late 20s....
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How Could Lowering Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes Change the Future of Public Health?

On March 15, 2018, FDA issued an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) to seek comments on a potential nicotine product standard, encouraging the public to submit comments, research, and data on a number of related topics.
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Nicotine is Why Tobacco Products are Addictive

Nicotine is a highly addictive chemical compound present in the tobacco plant. Tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco, hookah tobacco, and most e-cigarettes, contain nicotine.
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What It’s Like to Quit Smoking

If you or a loved one are among the 34 million U.S. adults who smoke cigarettes in this country,1 and want to quit smoking, either for the first time or to make another attempt, do not give up, and know that you are not alone.
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Keep Your Air Clear: How Tobacco Can Harm Your Lungs

Lung cancer is the leading cancer killer of American men and women. Not all people who get lung cancer are smokers, but many people who smoke do get lung cancer.
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How Smoking Affects Heart Health

When it comes to understanding the health risks of smoking, most people think first about its impact on the lungs. The truth is that smoking can hurt almost any part of your body—including your heart.
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Cigarette Smoking: A Risk Factor for Type 2 Diabetes

It is a known fact that smoking poses serious health risks, negatively impacting vital organs like the lungs and the heart. But did you know that smoking can increase your risk for Type 2 diabetes?
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Flavors in Tobacco Products: What are the Potential Risks and Benefits to Public Health?

When the Tobacco Control Act gave FDA authority to regulate tobacco products in 2009, it banned flavors such as strawberry, vanilla, and cinnamon from cigarettes to minimize the attractiveness of these products to kids.
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Tobacco Use in the LGBT Community: A Public Health Issue

Cigarette smoking in the United States is responsible for 480,000 deaths per year, and certain populations are more likely to smoke than others. One population especially at risk for engaging in tobacco use is the lesbian, gay, bisexual,...
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Tobacco Use and 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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Smoking: A Women’s Health Issue

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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Youth Tobacco Use: Results from the National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS)

The National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS). NYTS was designed to provide national data on long-term, intermediate, and short-term indicators key to the design, implementation, and evaluation of comprehensive tobacco prevention and control programs.
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FDA and NIH Study: Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health

Over 46,000 people are participating in FDA and NIH's population assessment study.
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