The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a variety of resources for educators, parents, and students on tobacco.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has information for adults and students about tobacco and other drugs. For information on addiction, see: NIDA Research Report Series – Tobacco Addiction: NIH Publication No. 09-4342, Referenced 2012.

NIDA’s site for teens has information on drugs, including tobacco.

No Butts About It: Talking to Your Kids About Smoking, by Teri Brown, online article. Referenced 2009.

Cigarette Smoking Increases Stress, by Linda S. Mintle, Ph.D., online article. Referenced 2009.

KidsHealth has information for children and adults on a variety of health topics, including Kids and Smoking. Referenced 2012.

There are additional organizations and resources that can provide information on these and other lifestyle behaviors.  The listing on this website does not imply that the organization endorses the information contained herein, nor does it constitute an endorsement of the organization or resources by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.