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ASPPH Members Participate in Tobacco Cessation Initiatives for World No Tobacco Day

World No Tobacco Day, observed on Thursday, May 31, was established to highlight the health risks associated with tobacco use and advocate for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption. This year’s theme is “Tobacco and heart disease”. ASPPH stands with other public health partners to commemorate the day. ASPPH members are partners in global efforts to reduce tobacco use.

Maryland Tobacco Cessation and Control Research

Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health Research and Educational Initiatives around Tobacco Cessation for World No Tobacco Day

Georgia College of Public Health Tobacco Cessation Activities

UNC Faculty Members Study Awareness of Chemicals in Cigarette Smoke, Negative Health Effects of Flavored e-Cigarettes

Johns Hopkins Institute for Global Tobacco Control Marks World No Tobacco Day with WHO’s 2018 Campaign

UAB: Association of E-Cigarette Use with Oral Health: A Population-based Cross-sectional Questionnaire Study

Washington Students Work to Break Down Barriers to Tobacco Cessation