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MORE QUIT-RESOURCES AND INFORMATION
Smoking and Tobacco Use
Free phone coaching, fact sheets, quitting tips, and more.
Health Effects of Tobacco
Information on diseases caused by tobacco use, such as cancer, heart disease, and respiratory diseases.
Myths and Facts About Quit Medications
What you need to know about nicotine medications and how they can help you quit smoking.
Smoking During Pregnancy
Smoking during pregnancy causes health problems for both mothers and babies.
Forever Free for Baby and Me™
Helping pregnant quitters stay quit after delivery.
Forever Free, Spanish (Libres Para Siempre por mi Bebéy por Mí™)
Para fumadoras embarazadas que han dejado de fumar recientemente.
Information on secondhand smoke exposure, health effects, and smoke-free initiatives and resources.
Secondhand Smoke, Spanish
Visión general de la cultura hispana/latina y mejores prácticas para criar una juventud sana y libre de tabaco.
Information on smokeless tobacco products, such as chewing tobacco and snuff.
Helpful tips and tracking tools for improving post-quit diet and exercise.
Pathways to Freedom
Proven quit-strategies for the African-American community.
Examples of LGBT tobacco cessation programs, including cessation planning and how-to guides.
The Truth About Youth Smoking
Pulling back the curtain on tobacco manufacturers and their targeting of kids.
RESOURCES FOR CLINICIANS AND RESEARCHERS
Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence: 2008 Update
The current guideline for effective clinical treatments for tobacco dependence, sponsored by the U. S. Public Health Service.
Smoking and Tobacco Use Data and Statistics
Tobacco-related health and use data, including global and state tobacco reports and data.
Surgeon General's Reports on Smoking and Tobacco Use
Comprehensive list of tobacco-focused reports of the Surgeon General , addressing public health as well as specific tobacco risks for smokers and non-smokers.
FOR TOBACCO CONTROL / PROGRAM DIRECTORS
State and Community Resources
Information on the National Tobacco Control Program, FDA tobacco-related rules and regulations, and guidelines to help develop effective tobacco control programs.
National Networks for Tobacco Control and Prevention
Leadership and expertise in addressing tobacco-related disparities in this six priority populations: African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino, Low Socio-economic, and Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender.
The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act
Overview of the FDA's new regulatory power over the manufacture, distribution, and marketing of tobacco products.
Addressing Tobacco Use By Pregnant/Post-partum Native American Women
Native Americans make up a small proportion of the overall U.S. population, but their smoking rates are the highest among all racial groups.
Youth Tobacco Prevention
Educational resources such as videos, tip sheets, and posters to assist with youth prevention.
Youth Kick Butts Day
Big Tobacco spends nearly $1 million an hour marketing its products. Take a stand every day and be a year-round tobacco control advocate.
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You have to start somewhere, and before you know it, you'll be 1 year quit. Step up and KTQ!