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QuickStats: Percentage* of Adults Aged ≥18 Years Who Currently Use E-Cigarettes,† by Sex and Age Group — National Health Interview Survey,§ 2016
in 2016, 3.8% of men and 2.6% of women aged ≥18 years currently used e-cigarettes. Among men, current e-cigarette use decreased with advancing age, from 7.1% among men aged 18–24 years to 4.8% among men aged 25–49 years, 2.6% among men 50–64 years, and 1
Jan 4, 2018 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
added Jan 11, 2018 19:29
CDC should employ evidence-based strategies to help people quit using tobacco that support quit attempts and abstinence
Janice Tsoh and our colleagues at UCSF just submitted this public comment to the CDC on improving their smoking cessation efforts. The tracking number is 1k2-90p6-pbgp and a PDF of the comment is available here.
Jan 2, 2018 Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Jan 11, 2018 02:19
If you’re one of the nearly 7 in 10 U.S. cigarette smokers who want to quit, why not make your New Year’s resolution to get started in 2018? “Once you quit, it opens up so many possibilities that you don’t see when you are caught up in the addiction,” Wi
Dec 29, 2017 CDC - Centers for Disease Control
added Jan 4, 2018 12:19
Prevalence and Disparities in Tobacco Product Use Among American Indians/Alaska Natives — United States, 2010–2015
Whereas significant progress has been made in reducing overall commercial tobacco product use, disparities persist, with American Indians/Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) having one of the highest cigarette smoking prevalences of all racial/ethnic groups.
Dec 22, 2017 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
added Dec 22, 2017 21:35
Some of the airports have ventilated rooms or booths for smokers, or allow smoking in restaurants, bars or airline clubs. But all designated areas or smoking rooms "can cause involuntary secondhand smoke exposure among nonsmoking travelers and airport em
Dec 7, 2017 Forbes
added Dec 7, 2017 21:46
If the government demands that tobacco companies make corrective statements about the dangers of cigarettes, it should allow those same companies to provide accurate information about alternatives that may save lives.
Dec 4, 2017 American Enterprise Institute
added Dec 5, 2017 02:56
reinforces the fact that tobacco continues to disproportionately affect certain populations. For example, the report found that: Tobacco use ranged from 9 percent among Asians to 26.6 percent among American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Dec 1, 2017 Truth Initiative (American Legacy Foundation)
added Dec 4, 2017 15:41
Denver International Airport's only smoking lounge, located next to the Timberline Steaks & Grill on Concourse C, is expected to close next year when its lease expires.
Nov 24, 2017 The Business Journals
added Nov 25, 2017 01:03
What are the implications for public health practice? Broader implementation of smoke-free policies at the national, city, or airport authority levels can protect employees and travelers of all ages from secondhand smoke inside airports.
Nov 22, 2017 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
added Nov 23, 2017 02:48
However, the report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Food and Drug Administration also stirred again the public-health debate of what is a tobacco product, particularly when it comes to electronic cigarettes and vaporizers.
Nov 13, 2017 Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Nov 14, 2017 03:44