The January/February TFBC newsletter covers tobacco point-of-sale marketing.
This new study may suggest that secondhand smoke can cause lasting damage to human fetal lung cells.
Youth who have depression or poor opinions of their appearance are more likely to use tobacco.
The 2016 National Youth Tobacco Survey indicated we’re taking the right step towards a tobacco-free generation.
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?
Do e-cigarettes release only ‘harmless water vapor’? Not so much.
Parents who smoke can hurt their kids- before, during, and after pregnancy.
This study supports what tobacco control advocates already knew: kids go for the flavors.
One of the largest tobacco companies in the US, Philip Morris, wants to take the company in a smoke-free direction. Is it too good to be true?