Notable exceptions were Virginia Senators Jim Webb and Mark Warner who supported the measure, despite the state's connection to the tobacco industry. Provisions[ edit ] Creates the Center for Tobacco Productsa tobacco control center within the FDA and gives the FDA authority to regulate the content, marketing and sale of tobacco products.
Creating conditions for Alaskans to live free from the harmful effects of tobacco. Increase the percentage of Alaskans who are protected from the harms of secondhand smoke.
Tobacco use, in particular cigarette smoking, impacts those who do not participate in its consumption. All Alaskans Become Tobacco Free. To reduce disparities in tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure. There is great disparity in tobacco use among diverse Alaskan populations. Build the capacity of Alaskan communities to respond to the burden of tobacco use.
None of these goals can be successfully implemented unless community and state partners have the tools, skills and awareness needed to realize change.
This goal addresses building capacity to implement and increase community readiness to accept tobacco prevention and control programs.
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To increase the percentage of Alaskan youth who never start using tobacco. The tobacco prevention and control movement must be vigilant and work to support people, notably youth, in their choice to never start to smoke.
To increase the percentage of Alaskans who successfully quit using tobacco. It is well documented that it takes the typical smoker up to 10 attempts before they are successful in quitting for good.
Programs that assist both young and adult smokers to quit can produce significant health and economic benefits.
Support and maintain a comprehensive statewide tobacco control program. Fundamental to the success of tobacco prevention and control activities in Alaska is a well-funded, well-operated, statewide comprehensive tobacco prevention and control program.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC recommends that state tobacco-control programs be comprehensive, sustainable, and accountable.We aim to promote health, prevent tobacco-related burdens, and reduce health disparities through comprehensive tobacco control, treatment, and training.
The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) is the pre-eminent global tobacco control instrument, containing legally binding obligations for its Parties, setting the foundation for reducing both demand for and supply of tobacco products and providing a comprehensive direction for tobacco control policy at all levels.
Links to the Tips ® Campaign, benefits of quitting, quitting resources, and cessation materials for state tobacco control programs.
Basic Information Information on the dangers of tobacco use, including its health effects and details on secondhand smoke and smokeless products.
Jan 17, · The Tobacco Control Act puts in place specific restrictions on marketing tobacco products to children and gives FDA authority to take further action in the future to protect public health.
These. Tobacco tax revenues are on average times higher than spending on tobacco control, based on available data. Illicit trade of tobacco products must be stopped The illicit trade in tobacco products poses major health, economic and security concerns around the world.
Comprehensive tobacco control programs funded at or above levels recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are extremely effective at .