The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is urging caution about the use and exposure of children and youth to electronic nicotine delivery systems, including electronic cigarettes. The U.S.
Blog: Tobacco use
The Habersham County School District’s adoption of the 100% Tobacco-Free School (TFS) model policy gives approximately 6800 students and 1100 staff a fresh start in a smoke-free environment.
Quitting tobacco can be a physically and emotionally challenging journey for anyone seeking a healthier life, but for those living with mental illnesses, the grasps of nicotine addiction can be even more difficult to escape.
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is joining Mitchell County Schools in celebrating the success of its effort to become 100% tobacco-free.
The U.S. Surgeon General has issued a called to action regarding the health consequences of involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke and secondhand smoke (SHS).
A dynamic youth group in Cherokee County is on a mission.
The Great American Smokeout is November 19
Students and faculty members in Camden County School District are proud to celebrate the county’s newly adopted 100% Tobacco-Free School (TFS) policy.
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH)’s Georgia Tobacco Use Prevention Program (GTUPP) is proud to announce that the Terrell County School District in the Southwest Public Health District has joined the growing list of school districts to adopt