Rooted in science, FDA’s public education campaigns are critical to our public health mission. Learn more about current campaigns through these resources.
Educates at-risk teens about the harmful effects of cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, and e-cigarettes/ vapes.
Prevents tobacco use among at-risk youth ages 12-17 who identify with hip-hop culture.
Prevents tobacco use among LGBT young adults (ages 18-24).
Encourages adult cigarette smokers (ages 25-54) to quit through messages of support that underscore the health benefits of quitting.
Learn more about print materials, web content, and social media posts available for free that help keep communities informed about tobacco-related issues.
The landscape of tobacco use is quickly changing. Learn more about topics that FDA is researching and tracking to inform our regulatory policies and to protect public health.