Tag: Tobacco Disparities

Menthol: A Hazard in Our Communities

05 | 26 | 2017
For decades, the tobacco industry has aggressively marketed menthol cigarettes to communities of color, women, and other vulnerable populations. According to
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NYC Smoke-Free 2016 Year in Review

NYC Smoke-Free 2016 Year in Review

01 | 05 | 2017
2017 marks the 15th anniversary of New York City's landmark Smoke-Free Air Act of 2002. As we plan for a year-long celebration starting in June 2017 through
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Health Department Releases Report On New York City Smoking Trends Before, During, and After Pregnancy

02 | 19 | 2016
From 2004 to 2011, New York City saw decreases in the proportion of women who smoked in the three months before pregnancy, during pregnancy and after pregnancy
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New NYC Smoking Data Should Be Wake Up Call for Policy Makers

New NYC Smoking Data Should Be Wake Up Call for Policy Makers

09 | 16 | 2015
Public Health Groups Call for Renewed Effort to Combat High Disparate Use of Tobacco Across City (NEW YORK, NY) Today, leading public health groups reacted to
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