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ACC is excited to present the newest annual report! We are sharing information on how we work with our members to impact the cancer burden within the state. Working with traditional and new partners, we helped increase access to medical knowledge on cancer and tobacco, and expanded opportunities for Arkansans in underserved counties to access […]
Starting November 26, 2017 the major US tobacco companies must begin running court-ordered television and newspaper ads to tell the American public the truth about the dangers of smoking and secondhand smoke. These corrective statements will run for one year. The Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids has several different corrective statements graphics and TV ads […]
The Tobacco and Disease Symposium is a Preconference for the 21st Annual Family Medicine Update. It will be held Thursday, October 26, 2017 at the Jackson T. Stephens Spine and Neuroscience Institute, 12th Floor Fred W. Smith Conference Center. It will cost $50. To register, click here.
Secondhand smoke harms children and adults! Protect your children this school year by quitting tobacco. Children who are exposed to secondhand tobacco smoke breathe the same dangerous chemicals that smokers inhale. The home is the place where children are most exposed to secondhand smoke. Help your kids get off on to a great start this […]
The Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids has released a new report highlighting the growth of flavored tobacco products. The FDA has banned flavored cigarettes, but there has been an increase in candy-flavored e-cigarettes and cigars. The report urges the FDA to ban all flavored tobacco products. To read the full report, click here.