Study Finds Increase in Number of U.S. Adults Who Perceive E-cigarettes More Harmful than Traditional Cigarettes
Published 11/20/2019 in News Hub
The number of U.S. adults who perceive e-cigarettes to be at as harmful as, or more harmful than, cigarettes has increased between 2017 and 2018, even prior to the national outbreak of vaping-related lung disease and deaths, a study by tobacco researchers from Georgia State University’s School of Public Health has found.
School of Public Health Receives $3.15 Million Grant to Enhance Mindfulness-based Smoking Cessation Treatment Using mHealth
Published 6/4/2019 in News Hub
Researchers in Georgia State University’s School of Public Health have been awarded a five-year, $3.15 million grant by the National Institutes of Health (NIH)’s National Cancer Institute to further develop and evaluate a text messaging program to help people quit smoking.