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Useful Internet Sites for Facts on Teens and Smoking
American Legacy Foundation.
"American Legacy Foundation is the national, independent public health foundation established by the 1998 tobacco settlement. Legacy is dedicated to reducing tobacco use in the United States with major initiatives reaching youth, women, and priority populations through grant awards, research initiatives, marketing campaigns, training programs, and collaboration with national and local partners." Site includes publications and a gallery of print, image, and audio/video media campaign resources.
American Lung Association: Tobacco Control.
Information on smoking and teens, smoking and minorities, etc.
Bibliography of Tobacco Use and Health Disparities. National Cancer Institute. This bibliography features literature on several tobacco-related health disparities
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.
America's "largest non-government initiative ever launched to protect children from tobacco addiction and exposure to second-hand smoke."
CDC Tobacco Information and Prevention Sources (TIPS): Research Data and Reports
National Center for Health Statistics Fast Stats: Smoking
Brief statistical data on smoking from the National Center for Health Statistics and links to related data sources.
Project Cork: Bibliography on adolescents and smoking cessation. Up to date bibliography on adolescent nicotine cessation journal articles.
Project Cork: Bibliography on adolescents and Smoking. Up to date bibliography on adolescents and smoking journal articles
National Library of Medicine/MedlinePlus web page on the issue of smoking, with links to recent news, smoking and youth, general overviews, research, dictionaries, & statistics
Smoking and Health Database
CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) database of more than 62,000 items, covering primarily the last 35 years. The database contains abstracts of journal articles, books and book chapters, reports, conference proceedings and conference papers related to smoking
The Tobacco Atlas 2002
World Health Organization atlas which maps the history, current situation and predictions for the future of the tobacco epidemic. Topics include prevalence and health (male, female and youth smoking) and world tables. Includes glossary, list of sources, and useful contacts.