Colleges from all across North America are standing together to refuse funding from Philip Morris’ Foundation for a Smoke-Free World.
Kentucky has one of the highest smoking rates in the US – and consequently, the highest rate of lung cancer too. What happened when communities started passing smoke free air laws?
Altria and British American Tobacco will be running anti-smoking ads on primetime TV soon.
These changes start increasing the chance of lung cells becoming cancerous.
Learn about third hand smoke in the November/December newsletter.
Did you know that a person breathing in another person’s smoke can suffer many of the same health consequences? Learn about secondhand smoke in the September/October 2017 newsletter.
Can showing smokers the damage they’re causing to their lungs help them quit?
A new report suggest that people are paying attention to smoke-free signs in parks.
This new study may suggest that secondhand smoke can cause lasting damage to human fetal lung cells.
A new study suggests that secondhand smoke may affect the immune system of women later in life.