Tobacco

Cigarettes

Who's Smoking Now, and Why It Matters

Ken Warner

1 of every 7 adults still smokes. And smoking kills nearly 500,000 Americans every year. That number exceeds the total of all deaths caused by opioids and other drugs, alcohol, motor vehicle injuries, homicide, suicide, HIV/AIDS, and fires. What populations are most affected by smoking? What can be done to prevent smoking related deaths? Read more

Cigarette

Smoking Truth to Smoking Powers: Big Business Meets Public Health

Kenneth E. Warner

In 1954, the CEOs of every major US tobacco company gathered in New York City to plan a coordinated response to public opinion on tobacco. The portrait of who smokes today has changed since then, but the tobacco marketplace will morph. Read more