Tobacco-Free CNY works to reduce illness, disability and death related to tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure, and to alleviate the social and economic burdens caused by tobacco use. Tobacco use remains the single most preventable cause of death in the United States, accounting for more than 480,000 deaths each year. An estimated 41,000 of these tobacco-related deaths are the result of secondhand smoke exposure.
Tobacco Retailer Density in Syracuse
In the News:
For Every $1 Invested in Tobacco Control, NYS Saves $11
Looking to Quit Smoking in the New Year?
Upcoming $1 Cigarette Tax Hike Projected to Save 15,300 New Yorker’s Lives
Reality Check Program Says Rate Smoking “R”
Disparities in Tobacco Use Still Linger
Baldwinsville Leading Charge on Combatting Secondhand Smoke
Adult Smoking Rates Decline in Central New York Counties
Syracuse Teen Named “CNY Youth Ambassador of the Year”
Tobacco-Free CNY Kicks Off Summer with Chalk Art Contest
CDC Smoking & Tobacco Use
Onondaga County Health News