More Addictive and Harder to Quit: Health Groups Want Black Menthol Smokers to Know Support Groups Can Help
Black menthol smokers would benefit from a removal of menthol from cigarettes. The EX Program's Dr. Amanda Graham shares insight into why. Plus, Millie Martinez, a former menthol smoker who successfully quit through EX Program, highlights the crucial role of support in her journey, expressing how access to our online peer community felt like having people "cheering me on."
How this Runner Finally Quit His Secret Vaping Life
Everyone’s quit journey is different, but struggles like Robbe’s are relatable for so many. And when Men’s Health was looking to add “Legit Tips to Help You Quit”, they asked Dr. Amanda Graham, head of Truth Initiative's digital tobacco cessation program, EX. (Subscription required)
Connecting Hospitalized Tobacco Smokers with Serious Mental Illness to a Digital Cessation Intervention
Persons with serious mental illness are three times more likely to smoke tobacco than are persons in the general U.S. population. This study adapted EX for people with serious mental illness to bridge the post-hospital treatment gap and promote continued abstinence from smoking after discharge.
How Does Tobacco Use Negatively Impact Personal Finances?
According to a Gallagher workforce trend report, nearly 1 in 2 organizations increased the importance of financial wellbeing this year. See how quitting tobacco can play a critical role in an employee's financial wellness.