Smoking and Tobacco Use

This podcast series contains programs from CDC and its partners on topics related to smoking and use of other tobacco products.

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Description
This podcast series contains programs from CDC and its partners on topics related to smoking and use of other tobacco products.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2018-10-05 13:48
last episode published
2016-01-21 01:02
publication frequency
84.94 days
Contributors
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) author   owner  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
25
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Science & Medicine

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
21.01.2016

Tips From Former Smokers - Rebecca

Rebecca struggled with depression for years. She also smoked. Finally, she realized that smoking wasn’t helping her, so she got care for her depression and quit for good.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
21.01.2016

Tips From Former Smokers - Rebecca

Rebecca struggled with depression for years. She also smoked. Finally, she realized that smoking wasn’t helping her, so she got care for her depression and quit for good.
20.01.2016

Tips From Former Smokers - Becky

Becky quit smoking, but only after getting COPD, severe lung disease. Since then, she has undergone multiple medical procedures and needs continuous oxygen to breathe.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
20.01.2016

Tips From Former Smokers - Brian

Brian served our country in the military for many years. He also smoked, and got heart disease. Brian’s heart was so damaged he eventually needed a heart transplant.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
20.01.2016

Tips From Former Smokers– Kristy (2016)

Kristy is a truck driver who smoked heavily to pass time. She eventually quit for good after her lung collapsed.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
25.03.2015

Tips From Former Smokers– Julia

Julia smoked and developed colorectal cancer when she was just 49. A colonoscopy helped save her life by allowing doctors to find a dangerous tumor just in time.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
25.03.2015

Tips From Former Smokers– Mark

Mark, age 47, lives in California and started smoking as a teenager. He continued smoking during military service in the Persian Gulf and in civilian life until he developed rectal cancer at age 42.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
25.03.2015

Tips From Former Smokers– Marlene

Marlene started losing her vision at age 56, after many years of smoking. She needs shots in one or both eyes every month to avoid going blind.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
25.03.2015

Tips From Former Smokers– Kristy

At age 33, Kristy tried using e-cigarettes to help her quit regular cigarettes but ended up using both. Eventually, she went back to smoking only cigarettes and later had a collapsed lung.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
7.07.2014

Tips From Former Smokers– Amanda

Amanda talks about the weeks her baby spent in a hospital incubator. Amanda smoked during her pregnancy, and her baby was born two months early.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
7.07.2014

Tips From Former Smokers– Brett

Brett had gum disease—a danger for all smokers. Brett talks about having most of teeth pulled during one long surgery.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
7.07.2014

Tips From Former Smokers– Rose

Rose developed lung cancer from smoking cigarettes and needed surgery. She talks about the difficulties she faced recovering from surgery.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
7.07.2014

Consejos de exfumadores (Tips From Former Smokers) – Rose

A Rose le dio cáncer de pulmón por fumar cigarrillos. Ella habla acerca de su operación y difícil recuperación.
7.07.2014

Consejos de exfumadores (Tips From Former Smokers)– Rose

A Rose le dio cáncer de pulmón por fumar cigarrillos. Ella habla acerca de su operación y difícil recuperación.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
7.07.2014

Consejos de exfumadores (Tips From Former Smokers)– Felicita

Felicita empezó a fumar a los 12 años. No sabía que fumar podría dañar sus encías y dientes. Perdió todos sus dientes a los 50.
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
30.09.2013

Community Changes Address Common Health Threat

This podcast helps residents living in multiunit housing, like apartments and condos, understand the threat of secondhand smoke. It also helps residents understand what steps they can take to breathe a little easier if involuntarily exposed to secondha...
30.09.2013

Community Changes Address Common Health Threat

This podcast helps residents living in multiunit housing, like apartments and condos, understand the threat of secondhand smoke. It also helps residents understand what steps they can take to breathe a little easier if involuntarily exposed to secondha...
Division of Community Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
28.03.2013

Tips From Former Smokers – 2013 Campaign

Tim McAfee, MD, MPH, of CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health, discusses the 2013 Tips campaign, and his personal experience as a doctor treating people with diseases caused by smoking, or made worse by it. He also offers advice on how people can quit smo...
28.03.2013

Tips From Former Smokers– 2013 Campaign

Tim McAfee, MD, MPH, of CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health, discusses the 2013 Tips campaign, and his personal experience as a doctor treating people with diseases caused by smoking, or made worse by it. He also offers advice on how people can quit smo...
Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion author
18.11.2010

The Great American Smokeout 2010

This podcast focuses on the annual Great American Smokeout -- a day thousands of American smokers join together and commit to be smoke-free for twenty-four hours. This November 18th event is an opportunity to take the first step to living smoke-free.
28.10.2010

Unpackaged Cigarettes and Smokeless Tobacco: What Retailers Need to Know

This podcast helps retailers understand new federal regulations surrounding the sale of unpackaged tobacco products. To comply with the law, retailers may not break open packages of cigarettes or smokeless tobacco to sell or distribute as single or sma...
The CDC Division of News and Electronic Media and the FDA Center for Tobacco Products author
30.09.2010

Face-to-face Tobacco Sales: What Retailers Need to Know

This podcast reviews new federal tobacco product regulations that require retailers to sell cigarettes and smokeless tobacco products in a face-to-face exchange.
The CDC Division of News and Electronic Media and the FDA Center for Tobacco Products author
21.07.2010

Light, Low, Mild, and Similar Terms: What Retailers Need to Know

This podcast helps raise retailers' and manufacturers' awareness of the new federal tobacco regulations. Under the new regulations, manufacturers can not produce any tobacco products labeled or advertised as"light,""low," or"mild." As of July 21, 2010,...
The CDC Division of News and Electronic Media and the FDA Center for Tobacco Products author
8.07.2010

Don't Sell Tobacco to Minors: What Retailers Need to Know

This podcast helps raise retailers awareness of the new federal tobacco regulations. Under the new regulations, retailers can not sell cigarettes or smokeless tobacco to anyone younger 18.
The CDC Division of News and Electronic Media and the FDA Center for Tobacco Products author
22.06.2010

Tobacco Control Act: What Retailers Need to Know

This podcast helps raise retailers awareness of the new federal tobacco regulations.
The CDC Division of News and Electronic Media and the FDA Center for Tobacco Products author