December
21

Ho, Ho, Oh NO: Holiday Flavored Vape Juice

The 12 Days of Christmas are nearly upon us. Manufacturers of e-cigarettes and e-liquids are celebrating the season by giving their true loves holiday-flavored vape juice. Although the partridge in the pear tree would rather not breathe in the harmful chemicals of secondhand vapor, we bring you five golden flavors being promoted (with company descriptors … Continued
November
29

Great American Smokeout: Randolph, MA to Randolph, NY

November, 1970. That’s when the Great American Smokeout (GASO) began in Randolph, Massachusetts. One man,  Arthur P. Mullaney, asked people to give up cigarettes for a day and donate the money they would have spent buying them to a scholarship fund. Fast forward to 2017, to areas surrounding another Randolph –Randolph, New York in the … Continued
October
3

Fighting Tobacco With Chalk and Garlic

What do chalk and garlic have to do with reducing tobacco use in Chautauqua and Allegany Counties? A lot, it turns out. On August 26, TF-CCA engaged students from Alfred University to educate the college community on the dangers of tobacco use by way of chalk art.  Hundreds of students participated in the interactive event, which … Continued
August
28

Reality Check Youth Summit

Youth from Fillmore Central and Olean High School took time out of their summer vacation to fight for a tobacco-free generation. To help them begin their fight, they attended the annual Reality Check (RC) of New York Youth Summit at Cazenovia College. “The average age of a new smoker in New York State is 13,” … Continued