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Smokeless tobacco and public health : a global perspective
  • Published Date:
    December 2014
  • Language:
    English
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Smokeless tobacco and public health : a global perspective
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Cancer Institute (U.S.) ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ;
  • Description:
    1. The Global Challenge of Smokeless Tobacco -- 2. Global Prevalence of Smokeless Tobacco Use Among Youth and Adults -- 3. A Global View of Smokeless Tobacco Products -- 4. Health Consequences of Smokeless Tobacco Use -- 5. The Economics of Smokeless Tobacco -- 6. Changing Smokeless Tobacco Products and Marketing Practices by Industry -- 7. Prevention and Cessation Interventions -- 8. Smokeless Tobacco Regulation and Policy -- 9. Smokeless Tobacco Use in the Region of the Americas -- 10. Smokeless Tobacco Use in the European Region -- 11. Smokeless Tobacco Use in the Eastern Mediterranean Region -- 12. Smokeless Tobacco Use in the African Region -- 13. Smokeless Tobacco Use in the South-East Asia Region -- 14. Smokeless Tobacco Use in the Western Pacific Region -- 15. Global Smokeless Tobacco Use: Future Research Needs and Policy Recommendations -- Appendix A. Description of Representative Products From Four Broad Categories of Smokeless Tobacco Products Used Globally -- Appendix B. Global Smokeless Tobacco Product Factsheets -- Glossary.

    Smokeless tobacco (ST) products present a complex and widespread challenge to public health that has so far received limited attention from researchers and policymakers. In many regions and countries of the world, such as South-East Asia, ST use is the predominant form of tobacco use. Indeed, data from the Global Youth Tobacco Survey show that students aged 13–15 surveyed in 132 countries were more likely to report using non-cigarette tobacco products including ST products (11.2%) than to report smoking cigarettes (8.9%).1 Yet international tobacco control efforts have largely focused on cigarettes, devoting only limited attention to other types of products, including smokeless tobacco.

    This report was developed by the National Cancer Institute and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under the editorial direction of Dorothy Hatsukami, Mitch Zeller, Prakash Gupta, Mark Parascandola, and Samira Asma. The editors also drafted chapters or sections of chapters for this report. Contributing authors drafted chapters or sections of chapters. The editors thank the many scientists who provided critical reviews of the content of all or part of this report.

    National Cancer Institute and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Smokeless Tobacco and Public Health: A Global Perspective. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute. NIH Publication No. 14-7983; 2014.

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