Fewer smokers seem to be trying to quit during pandemic, report finds
Our work was recently featured in the Washington Post alongside the latest North American Quitline Consortium (NAQC) report about the steep decline in quitline calls over the last year.
Report on the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Smoking Cessation
Even though COVID-19—a respiratory infection—killed more people than any other infectious disease in 2020, cigarette smokers have continued to smoke despite the known risk of respiratory disease an
CDC MMWR, Prevalence and Trends in Cigarette Smoking Among Adults with Epilepsy
Cigarette smoking is more common among adults with epilepsy than among those without the disorder.
Association Between the Tips From Former Smokers Campaign and Smoking Cessation Among Adults, United States, 2012-2018
CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health released a tobacco-related research brief yesterday in the journal, Preventing Chronic Disease (PCD), titled “Association Between the Tips From Former S