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Tobacco Cessation

Tobacco Cessation

There are a variety of materials available in the library to support smoking cessation campaigns, presentations, or projects. Curricula, models, and posters are just some of the resources pictured here. To see more, visit the library or contact a librarian to set up a consultation.

Tobacco and Smoking Use

Journals

E-Books

Online Data on Tobacco Use

Health Effects of Smoking

Online Resources

Models, Kits, and Posters in the Library's Collection

Tobacco Cessation Interventions and Services

Evidence

Online Resources

Vaping/E-Cigarettes and Smoking Cessation

Evidence

Online Resources

FDA Campaign - The Real Cost

Two teenagers sitting next to each other saying that 9/10 of high schoolers don't smoke and an x-ray of teeth saying that smoking could cost you them

The FDA has launched a new multimedia campaign to prevent youth smoking. TheRealCost.gov seeks to reduce the number of teens who experiment with smoking and become lifelong tobacco users. It uses a thoroughly researched ad campaign and scientific facts to convey its message, that the cost of even a few cigarettes is too high. Additional downloadable materials.

Smoking Cessation Apps

Smoking Cessation Apps

The following are apps that can be used with clients to assist in developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle: