January 21, 2020. We strongly oppose the approval of the modified risk application for Copenhagen Snuff Fine Cut with the claim “IF YOU SMOKE, CONSIDER THIS: Switching completely to this product from cigarettes reduces risk of lung cancer.” This claim may encourage non-smokers to begin using tobacco. Using smokeless tobacco increases the risk of serious health issues.Read More »
Third-hand smoke is the residue from cigarette smoke that stays on just about every surface exposed to that smoke. The smoke residue clings to hair and fabrics, including clothing, carpets, drapes, and furniture upholstery, and it can cause serious health problems.Read More »
Smoking Pipe Tobacco: Exposure and Health
While often assumed to be safer than smoking cigarettes, smoking pipe tobacco is still very harmful and can cause cancer and other health problems.Read More »
Is Vaping Safer than Smoking Cigarettes?
Don’t be fooled. E-cigarettes and vapes are addictive and contain cancer-causing chemicals. These have been linked to DNA damage in humans.Read More »
Quitting Smoking: Women and Men May Do it Differently
Quitting smoking is hard to do, and new studies suggest that what works for men may not always work for women, and vice versa.Read More »