PACT Notes July 27, 2018

PACT Notes July 27, 2018

PACT Notes July 27, 2018  Truth Campaign Linked With Decreased Smoking and Increased Support for Anti-Tobacco Social Movement A study, published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, found that greater awareness of truth ads among 15- to 21-year-olds strengthened their...
PACT Notes July 20, 2018

PACT Notes July 20, 2018

PACT Notes July 20, 2018  Awareness and Ever Use of Heat-Not-Burn Tobacco Products Among U.S. Adults, 2017 Heated tobacco products, sometimes marketed as heat-not-burn technology, represent a diverse class of products that heat leaf tobacco to produce an inhaled...
PACT Notes July 13, 2018

PACT Notes July 13, 2018

PACT Notes July 13, 2018  More Than 90 Percent Of Smokers Using ENDS Still Smoking A Year Later Users of e-cigarettes and other electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) in the United States are no more likely to quit smoking cigarettes than people who don’t...
PACT Notes July 6, 2018

PACT Notes July 6, 2018

PACT Notes July 6, 2018 Pennsylvania LGBT Community Takes Lead in Going Smoke-Free Pennsylvania remains a leader in going smoke-free at its Pride Festivals. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender adults use tobacco products at a rate of 2.5 times higher than straight...
PACT Notes June 29, 2018

PACT Notes June 29, 2018

PACT Notes June 29, 2018  Governor Wolf Signs $32.7 Bill Budget for 2018-2019 On Friday June 22,2018 Gov. Tom wolf signed a $32.7 billion budget package. This budget contains no broad-based tax or fee increases, but boosts spending through the state’s main bank...
PACT Notes June 22, 2018

PACT Notes June 22, 2018

PACT Notes June 22, 2018  Smoke-Free and Tobacco-Free Policies in Colleges and Universities – United States and Territories, 2017 CDC and the American Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation (ANR) analyzed data from ANR’s College Campus Tobacco Policy Database...