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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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Quitting Smoking: Closer with Every Attempt

Cigarette smoking remains the leading cause of preventable death and disease in the United States, accounting for 480,000 premature deaths per year.
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FDA Proposes New Health Warnings for Cigarette Packs and Ads

Using new text statements and color images, the agency is poised to fill gaps in the public's understanding of cigarette smoking's negative health consequences.
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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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FDA Authorizes Modified Risk Tobacco Products

On October 22, 2019, FDA granted the first-ever modified risk orders to Swedish Match USA, Inc. for eight snus smokeless tobacco products. This means the eight products may be advertised with specific information about the lower risks of certain...
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Youth & Tobacco

Use of tobacco products, no matter what type, is almost always started and established during adolescence when the developing brain is most vulnerable to nicotine addiction.
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Questions and Answers on the National Youth Tobacco Survey: How We Collect and Analyze...

Find out how FDA and CDC collect and analyze National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) data to understand trends in youth tobacco use.
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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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Report Potential Tobacco Product Violations

Your reports to FDA's Center for Tobacco Products help us enforce the law.
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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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FDA Tobacco Compliance Webinars

This webinar series educates and informs retailers and small businesses on federal tobacco regulations.
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Tobacco Regulatory Science Research Program

CTP assesses existing scientific evidence and supports new research to inform regulatory actions intended to protect the public health.
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Submit Comments on Tobacco Products

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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Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act - An 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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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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