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May 31 is World No Tobacco Day, an annual awareness day sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) since 1987 to highlight the health risks associated with tobacco use and encourage governments to adopt effective policies to reduce smoking and other tobacco use.
Researchers from the American Cancer Society found that sales by e-cigarette maker JUUL bounced back from a dip within weeks after it removed most of its flavored products from stores.
Tobacco use remains the single largest preventable cause of disease and premature death in the United States. There are many different methods you can use to quit. Here is what the research tells us about how well they work:
Alarming reports about vaping and lung illness have parents of teenagers worried about e-cigarette use. Get the facts about vaping and how to help your children stay safe.
A survey published as a research letter in the New England Journal of Medicine shows vaping – using e-cigarettes – has more than doubled among teens in the past 2 years.
ACS is launching a new education campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of e-cigarette use.
Federal experts are investigating reports of severe lung illnesses in people who used e-cigarettes (also known as vaping).
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is launching a new series of TV ads to teach kids about the dangers of using e-cigarettes.