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“What didn’t happen today is an announcement on actual regulation… What happened was an announcement that a docket would be opened,” said Dave Dobbins, the chief operating officer of antismoking nonprofit Truth Initiative, referring to the FDA docket t
Truth Initiative® researchers surveyed more than 26,000 people between the ages of 18 and 35…traditional cigar use was most common among male and Hispanic respondents. Conversely, those who preferred little cigars and cigarillos were more likely to be y
provides money for critical Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state programs and ensures that the Tips From Former Smokers™ campaign will continue. The bill also excludes policy riders intended to erode the Food and Drug Administration’s authorit
members of the military smoke at higher rates, and recruits are highly susceptible to tobacco initiation. The American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network put it well. It would be a disservice if those protections weren’t extended to the servicemen and
Given their well-documented appeal to youth, all flavors, including menthol, should be eliminated from little cigars, cigarillos and other cigar products. The marketing of all cigar products should be restricted so that it does not target or appeal to you
Cigar smokers are misinformed about the health risks. Cigar smoking is associated with a higher risk of oral, esophageal, laryngeal and lung cancer. Yet, some cigar smokers indicated that they were unsure whether cigars were more or less harmful than cig
“The creators of Overwatch may not realize that their choice to depict a hero with a lit cigar sends an influential and potentially addictive and deadly message to the young people who play the game. The best thig that the creative and commercial forces
will make it harder to sell tobacco products to young people in 2016, increasing the legal minimum age to purchase cigarettes and moving flavored tobacco products out of convenience stores. On January 1, Hawaii will become the first state in the country
we are winning the battle against youth and young adult cigarette use. Results for other tobacco products are mixed, and that’s why our truth public education campaign is taking aim at hookah, cigars and other deadly products.
a new truth ad has another important message: The battle isn’t just about cigarettes. With the warning “Don’t get played while they get paid,” the ad informs young people that other tobacco products, such as hookah and little cigars, are also addictive a