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Substance Abuse: Tobacco


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All graph data taken from the 2006 Monitoring the Future Survey, The National Institute on Drug Abuse.

pregnancy and smoking

Pregnancy and Smoking

Daughters of Mothers Who Smoked During Pregnancy are More Likely to Smoke, Study Says

Smoking Exposure In Utero Increases Risk of Later Addiction

The Neurobehavioral Legacy of Prenatal Tobacco Exposure

Drug Abuse and Conduct Disorder Linked to Maternal Smoking During Pregnancy

Smoking During Pregnancy—United States, 1990–2002

Maternal Smoking During Pregnancy Associated With Negative Toddler Behavior and Early Smoking Experimentation

Adolescents and Smoking

Genetic Predisposition and Depression Both Influence Teen Smoking

adolescents and Smoking Adolescents, Women, and Whites More Vulnerable Than Others to Becoming Nicotine Dependent

Cigarette Use Among High School Students—United States, 1991–2003

Tobacco Use Among Middle and High School Students—United States, 2002

Projected Smoking-Related Deaths Among Youth—United States

Smoking May Lead to Anxiety Disorders in Adolescents and Young Adults

Adolescent Depression and High Receptivity to Tobacco Ads May Lead to Teen Smoking

Early Nicotine Initiation Increases Severity of Addiction, Vulnerability to Some Effects of Cocaine

Current Trends Reasons for Tobacco Use and Symptoms of Nicotine Withdrawal Among Adolescent and Young Adult Tobacco Users—United States, 1993

Effectiveness of School-Based Programs as a Component of a Statewide Tobacco Control Initiative, Oregon, 1999–2000

Facts on Drugs: Nicotine

international smoking

International Smoking

Youth Tobacco Use and Exposure is a Global Problem


Adults and Smoking

State-Specific Prevalence of Current Cigarette Smoking Among Adults— United States, 2002

adults and smoking

Annual Smoking-Attributable Mortality, Years of Potential Life Lost, and Economic Costs—United States, 1995–1999

Cigarette Smoking Among Adults—United States, 2002

Cigarette Smoking-Attributable Morbidity—United States, 2000

State Medicaid Coverage for Tobacco-Dependence Treatments—United States, 1994–2002

Ethnic Minorities and Smoking

Prevalence of Cigarette Use Among 14 Racial/Ethnic Populations—United States, 1999–2001

Women and Smoking

Women and Smoking: Sensory Factors, Attitudes About Weight, Phase of Menstrual Cycle All Key To Quitting

Women’s Dependence on Smoking Affected By Something in Addition to Nicotine

general smoking information

General Smoking Information

Research Report Series: Nicotine Addiction

Smoking Decreases Key Enzyme Throughout Body

Nicotine’s Multiple Effects on the Brain’s Reward System Drive Addiction

Evidence Builds That Genes Influence Cigarette Smoking

NIDA-Funded Researchers Identify Compound That Inhibits Nicotine Metabolism, Decreases Urge to Smoke

Smoking Any Substance Raises Risk of Lung Infections

Sensory Aspects May Drive Addiction in Obese Smokers