CDC launches new campaign with free resources to quitThe CDC is not taking any more butts when it comes to smoking. READ ON THE FOX NEWS APPThe CDC has launched the 2024 version of its federally funded national tobacco education campaign to help more people quit smoking. Cigarette smoking remains the leading cause of preventable disease, disability and death in the U.S., the CDC noted in a recent press release. In the new batch of stories, the CDC is highlighting Ethan B., 59, who started smoking cigarettes at age 10 and later started smoking menthol cigarettes when he joined the Army at age 18. The CDC also featured Elizabeth B., 62, who started smoking menthol cigarettes at age 18.
Source: Fox News February 11, 2024 13:23 UTC