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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 Do I Report a Vape Battery Explosion to FDA?

FDA is aware of explosion events and is collecting data to help address this problem.
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Pregnancy and Smoking

There is no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke.
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Secondhand Smoke

Most tobacco use begins during adolescence.
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Youth and Tobacco

Tobacco has serious effects on the health of users.
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Health Effects of Tobacco Use

Tobacco has serious effects on the health of users.
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Q&A with CTP’s Director of Communications

Kathy Crosby is the Director of the Center for Tobacco Products (CTP) Office of Health Communication and Education. This multidisciplinary office contains several specialized divisions and teams, including regulatory communications, public...
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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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The Real Cost Campaign

FDA launched its first tobacco prevention campaign, “The Real Cost” in 2014, to educate at-risk teens on the harmful effects of cigarette smoking. In 2018, the campaign expanded to educate teens on the dangers of e-cigarette use and had previously...
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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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