Tobacco comes in many forms, from cigars and cigarettes to smokeless tobacco and dissolvable nicotine products. FDA works to reduce the use of these products, and the harm that they cause. To learn more read these Consumer Updates.
- Help The FDA Keep Kids from Using Tobacco
- Secondhand (and Third-Hand) Smoke May Be Making Your Pet Sick
- The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule
- Problems with E-Cigarettes, Vape Products, Hookah, Cigarettes or Tobacco? Tell FDA
- For Women: The FDA Gives Tips to Prevent Heart Disease
- Recognize Tobacco in its Many Forms
- FDA's Smoking Prevention Campaigns: Reaching Teens Where They 'Live'
- Kids and Tobacco Use: Some Surprising Findings
- FDA to Teens: Consider 'Real Cost' of Tobacco Use
- Nicotine Replacement Therapy Labels May Change
- Webinar: Using Digital Tools to Present Tobacco Information
- Less Risky Tobacco Product? Only if the Science Says So
- What Are You Smoking (or Chewing or Inhaling)?
- Why Do People Use Tobacco? Looking for Answers
- Why is the Great American Smokeout Important?
- FDA Modernizing Regulatory Science
- FDA Unveils New Cigarette Health Warnings
- FDA Wants Your Input on Cigarette Warnings
- "Light" Tobacco Products Pose Heavy Health Risks
- FDA 101: Smoking Cessation Products
- Regulating Tobacco: Q&A with Former CTP Director Lawrence Deyton, M.S.P.H., M.D.
- FDA Warns of Health Risks Posed by E-Cigarettes
- Renewed Legislation Improves Safety of FDA-Regulated Products
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