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April 1, 2015

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The Tobacco Atlas

April 1, 2015

The tobacco epidemic is not just about Indiana, or even the US. The whole world is affected, and the Tobacco Atlas shows us exactly how large that impact can be.

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Some states have effectively used strategies not involving taxes like regulations limiting coupon use, free samples, discounts, giveaways, and other schemes like buy-one-get-one.

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A new study of 4,000+ students in North Carolina high schools found that 1/3 of teens say they use tobacco, and 19.1% say they use more than one type.

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Starting February 29th, head to any Petco or Petco Unleashed & pick up an orange truth pet tag while supplies last.

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This is exactly what was exposed today at our Boone County Substance Abuse Symposium! Thank you! twitter.com/Surgeon_…

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We’re improving the health of Boone County

The mission of Tobacco Free Boone County is to significantly improve the health of Boone County resident by involving various community partners whose emphasis is to reduce the use of tobacco by youth and adults in Boone County.

We strive to reduce the disease and economic burden that tobacco use places on Boone County residents of all ages.

TFBC was established in April 2002 as a branch of the Indiana Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Agency. The Boone County Health Department serves as the lead agency.

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