CATCH collaborated with researchers at Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Public Health to create CATCH My Breath™, a prevention program specific to middle and high schoolers’ use of E-cigarettes.
Tobacco-control research and policy studies, community activism and engagement, and innovation in tobacco dependence treatment.
The New York City Council has proposed to protect our kids by limiting the sale of menthol cigarettes to adult-only tobacco retailers and prohibiting the sale of all flavored e-cigarettes, two of the most effective ways to prevent the industry from addicting our kids.
In an effort to combat the tobacco industry's latest marketing strategies aimed at getting youth hooked on nicotine, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today launched a new "Flavors Hook Kids" campaign.
This module provides an understanding of the inner workings of e-cigarettes, the content of the aerosols they produce, and thirdhand smoke. It's broken down into 5 units, each of which explore e-cigarettes in-depth.
There’s a lot the e-cig industry isn’t telling us about vaping.
Big Tobacco is constantly evolving their game plan. We need to constantly evolve ours. We are a generation with new beliefs and new ideas. Let's get creative.
Preventing E-Cigarette and Tobacco Use by Young People. The Attorney General’s Office is committed to the enforcement of tobacco and nicotine control laws, including e-cigarette laws, and preventing youth access to these product
This snapshot of U.S. e-cigarette regulation was prepared by the Public Health Law Center. The information is based on a survey of current state statutes (plus Washington, D.C.) pertaining to e-cigarettes.
For more than 20 years, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids has fought to protect children and save lives from the #1 cause of preventable death: tobacco use.
Juul enticed kids with sweet flavors like mango, crème and mint, then hooked them with a strong nicotine hit. Last year, teen e-cigarette use spiked 78%. It’s an epidemic.