Tobacco is Changing

The Next Generation of Addictive Tobacco Products

Electronic cigarettes. Little cigars. Sweet candy flavors. The next generation of addictive tobacco products is here, and most of them don’t look anything like a pack of cigarettes. Tobacco has evolved so fast, it’s tough for parents to recognize tobacco when they see it—and even tougher to talk to your kids about the terrible damage tobacco products can do. But that can change right here.

Letter to School Districts Promotes E-Cigarette Quitting Resources for Youth

Governor Tony Evers, Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm, and State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor are letting schools know what they can do to prevent youth e-cigarette use. In a joint letter on e-cigarettes to Wisconsin school district administrators, they outlined steps school districts can take to address the issue, like: 

  • Providing resources on putting in place extensive tobacco-free school policies 
  • Adding the dangers of e-cigarette use into health curriculum, and 
  • Connecting addicted youth with resources to help them stop using tobacco.

Learn more about the resources available to help youth quit and prevent them from starting in the first place by reading the letter below.


The 'Tobacco Talk' Has Changed

There's a whole new generation of tobacco products out there. Watch the video to find out how tobacco's changed.

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Fast Facts about Tobacco

Kids Start Using Flavored Tobacco Products

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This site will help you get to know the new face of tobacco. It’s the first step to helping your kids stay healthy and tobacco-free.



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Last Revised: February 4, 2020