CDC OSH Reflections: 60 Years of Surgeon General’s Reports on Smoking and Health

From CDC Office on Smoking and Health CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health commemorates the 60th anniversary of the 1964 Surgeon General’s Report:  Smoking and Health.  This landmark report is considered by historians as one of the most significant public health achievements of the 20th century. In honor of this anniversary, a retrospective (attached) has […]

FDA Releases a new Webpage on Processes and Opportunities for Providing Input on Tobacco Education Campaigns

FDA has incorporated public input in its campaigns since “The Real Cost” cigarette prevention campaign was first launched in 2014.  This feedback is an important part of the agency’s evidence-based campaign process. As a part of FDA’s ongoing commitment to transparency and collaboration, the agency has launched a new webpage to describe how feedback from […]

CDC Foundation National and State Cigarette Sales Data Briefs

CDC Foundation has released new cigarette sales briefs exploring changes in U.S. national and state cigarette sales following state flavored tobacco sales restrictions. They included on the CDC Foundation webpages that include the national and state trends for Monitoring E-Cigarette Use Among Youth | CDC Foundation MONITORING U.S. CIGARETTE SALES The monitoring of other tobacco […]

Ready to Quit Tobacco? TRICARE Has You Covered

From TRICARE Although quitting tobacco can be difficult, saying good-bye to cigarettes and chewing tobacco has many health benefits.  If you’ve decided to kick the habit, TRICARE covers products and services to help you become commercial tobacco-free. Read full article and find complete details HERE.

Sexual Health and Cancer Survivorship Course

FROM GW CANCER CENTER | FULL DETAILS AND REGISTER HERE GW Cancer Center released a new FREE online training on sexual health and cancer survivorship. The development of this training was supported by the Cooperative Agreement #5Nu58DP006461 from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors […] Launches SmokefreeNATIVE

The National Cancer Institute’s Initiative (SFGI) has partnered with the Indian Health Service (IHS) to launch a new, free text messaging resource to help American Indian and Alaska Native adults and adolescents quit smoking commercial tobacco. SFGI and IHS worked with experts from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health and the American […]

FDA Warns Online Retailers to Stop Selling Illegal E-cigarettes Popular Among Youth

From Center for Tobacco Products | COMPLETE INFORMATION HERE On December 13, the Center for Tobacco Products issued warning letters to 11 online retailers selling unauthorized e-cigarette products marketed under the brand names Lost Mary, Funky Republic/Funky Lands, Elf Bar/EB Design, Kangvape, Cali, and Breeze.  Warning letter recipients are given 15 working days to respond […]

WEBINAR: Creating Engaging Vaccine Educational Materials for Native Americans

DOWNLOAD SLIDE DECK HERE The National Native Network with the Indian Health Service Clinical Support Center (Accredited Provider) present a webinar. The Tribal Vaccine Equity Project aims to provide American Indian/Alaska Native communities with the culturally tailored training, resources, education and technical assistance to build vaccine confidence, increase vaccine access and mitigate the disproportionate burden […]

FDA, DOJ Seek Permanent Injunction Against E-Cigarette Manufacturer

From FDA, full article here: On December 4, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), on behalf of FDA, filed a complaint for a permanent injunction against Jessica M. Fitzgerald and Michelle L. Allen doing business as Vape Junkie Ejuice (Vape Junkie Ejuice) for manufacturing, selling, and distributing unauthorized e-cigarette products.  This case represents the […]

Tobacco-Free Kids Annual Report

See the newly released 2023 Annual Report. Over the past year, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and the Global Health Advocacy Incubator have made enormous progress to create a healthier and. more equitable future for all.  Even amid significant challenges and opposition in the United States and around the world, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and […]

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