Other Programs


Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids - Collection of New Tobacco Ads
The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids is a leading force in the fight to reduce tobacco use and its deadly toll in the United States and around the world. We advocate for public policies proven to prevent kids from smoking, help smokers quit and protect everyone from secondhand smoke. Learn more about our key initiatives.

This collection of New Tobacco Adds can be compared with the collection of old Tobacco Ads that have been banned by the FDA.
Stanford School Of Medicine - Collection of Historical Tobacco Ads
SRITA is a Stanford research group which analyzes the effects of tobacco advertising, marketing, and promotion. Participants in this interdisciplinary program include faculty and students from several Stanford School of Medicine departments as well as the departments of History and Anthropology.
Stop Tobacco Abuse of Minors Pronto
Grossest Show on Earth coming to your school site soon! Great visuals and props to impact students on the consequences of tobacco. Includes information on hookah and e-cigarettes as well.
Supplemental Tobacco Prevention Activity-Math Lesson
Math Lesson:
Calculating the cost of Tobacco
The Tobacco Atlas
Download a country fact sheet...search tobacco facts specific to gender, country, age, etc.
Tobacco Prevention Demonstration and Activities
Information on some of the toxins and poisons in tobacco smoke

Lung Capacity
Oxygen/Carbon Monoxide Simulation
Simulated Blood Vessel Restriction
Simulated Blood Vessel Restriction/Heart Rate Increases
Obstructive Properties of Tar
Tar’s Paralyzing Effects on Bronchial Cilia
Tar Accumulation Over a One-Year Period – “Tar Jar”