Nada Adibah, Author at Foundation for a Smoke-Free World

Correcting misconceptions about nicotine can change smoking behavior

More than 1.3 billion people use tobacco around the world, and even though more than 8 million people die each year from tobacco-related diseases, traditional combustible cigarettes are still the most common form of nicotine consumption in the world. Unfortunately, many people mistakenly believe that nicotine is responsible for smoking-related cancers and other illnesses. However, […]

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Smoking Cessation in the Workplace

The road to smoking cessation often entails multiple quit attempts, punctuated by the disappointment of relapse. For smokers navigating this difficult path, cessation support and services should be offered in the place that they spend most of their time—which, in many instances, is the workplace. In the United States, about 22.8% of men and 18.3% […]

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