Human rights and Big Tobacco don’t really see eye to eye.
Kids used to recognize the smoking cartoon character Joe Camel more than Mickey Mouse. Thanks to the Master Settlement Agreement, kids wont be seeing the likes of these youth-focused marketing tactics ever again.
It’s been illegal to sell e-cigarettes to anyone under 18 since 2016. Yet they’re now the most popular product among teens today. What’s going on?
The men, the myths, the victims of tobacco use.
Big Tobacco has faced some hardships in the past. More and more adults are quitting tobacco and teens are wisening up to Big Tobacco’s dirty marketing tactics, choosing to never even start using tobacco. In the last 15 years, the number of cigarettes sold in the US dropped 37% . States and localities are implementing […]
Philip Morris thinks the future isn’t in cigarettes anymore.
Tobacco companies can’t use misleading words like “light” and “low” on their products, but they’re finding sneaky ways to get around the rules.
This study supports what tobacco control advocates already knew: kids go for the flavors.
The tobacco industry often targets minority communities by flooding them with tobacco retailers, advertising, and price discounts.
CVS is dedicated to help kids #BeTheFirst generation to end tobacco use.