New Jersey is listed as among the middle of the pack for states with the policies to prevent and reduce tobacco use, according to the American Lung Association’s 21st annual “State of Tobacco Control” report, released today. The state earned mostly mixed grades on this year’s report but did improve from an ‘F’ to a ‘D’ for access to cessation services. SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin discusses the report with Dr. Andrew Berman of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.
american lung association
A nationwide transition to clean, zero-emission vehicles would have a dramatic impact on the air quality and health of New Jersey residents, according to a new report by the American Lung Association. SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin spoke exclusively with the report’s author.
New report reveals New Jersey tobacco control successes over past 20 years, and outlines path to end tobacco use and save lives TRENTON, NJ (SBN) – New Jersey earned mostly failing grades for failing to…
In an exclusive audio interview, American Lung Association National AVP Michael Seilback discusses the association’s latest “State of Lung Cancer” report, which shows that New Jersey residents of color face worse lung cancer outcomes than white residents, even though the state is in the top five nationally for lung cancer diagnosis and treatment.