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Why Go Smoke-Free?

Cleaner units. Faster turnover. Healthier residents. There are plenty of reasons to go smokefree.

72% of renters in buildings that allow smoking but have smoke-free units would prefer their building be non-smoking.

54% of renters are concerned about the effect of secondhand smoke from other units on their health.


The Toll of Tobacco in Wisconsin

National Academies Releases FDA-Commissioned Report on Health Effects of E-Cigarettes


Americans Now Vape but Most Also Use Regular Tobacco Products

Three out of four of e-cigarette users are now both vaping and smoking. E-cigarette use may be on the rise but isn't helping Americans kick tobacco addictions, according to new research.

The Dangers of Smoking: Mentally Ill Smoke Three Times More Than National Average

Smoking and mental illness are tightly linked, according to a report by Public Health England. An estimated 64 percent of mental health patients are addicted to tobacco, compared to 18.4 percent of the general population.

The Next Sustainability and Policy Meeting is:

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 12:00 - 1:00pm Room H

Reports on E-Cigarette Adverse Events

Click on the link below to view the e-cigarette safety reports submitted to the FDA. These are voluntary reports of adverse events involving e-cigarettes from consumers, health professionals and concerned members of the public.

To see reports:
Scroll down to SPECIAL INTEREST TOPICS: E-Cigarette Adverse Events.

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