Flavored cigarettes are banned by federal law, but chewing tobacco and dissolvables come in many “kid-friendly” flavors.
Students who use tobacco are absent from school more frequently.
Poison control centers have documented dissolvable tobacco products as the source of nicotine overdose in children.
What do Iowa kids think about tobacco in their schools? (video)
Survey says… 42% of teens thought Camel Orbs were candy, mints, or gum
Risk Summary: Dissolvable and Other Smokeless Tobacco Products
Parents’ habits do have an effect on kids (Quitline Iowa video)
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