Press Releases

“Latino Health Leaders Encourage Smokers to “Talk With Your Doctor” For Help Quitting For Good.” “The tobacco industry is winning again: study finds young adults, Latinos use flavored cigars more than other groups.” “Tobacco industry spending to defeat California ballot initiative: an affront to communities of color.” “Second Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Transsexual Health […]

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Videos & Photos

Photos   Videos Decreasing Tobacco Use in Los Angeles County – Working Together to Create Solutions Public officials and health advocates in Los Angeles discuss the role of the CDC’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) program in strengthening collaboration between community, schools and government stakeholders around local tobacco prevention and education efforts. Interviewees include Nora Manzanilla, Tobacco

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Action Alerts

“Latina stars offer ‘Tips’ to smokers.” “Ride the Wave/Súbanse a la ola: Tips from Former Smokers, Round 2.” “New ALA report: “State of Tobacco Control” “Honoring Those Who Serve, Celebrating the Great American Smoke Out.” “New CDC study illustrates uneven progress in fight against tobacco.” “New in AJPH: ‘A Transnational Study of Migration and Smoking

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Media Coverage

Latina Stars offer “Tips” to Help Smokers Quit Each year, 61 percent of Hispanic smokers say they want to quit; more than half (56.5%) make an attempt but less than 10 percent succeed in quitting. During Hispanic Heritage Month, which begins September 15 and runs through October 15, 2013, the National Latino Health Equity Action Network

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