CDC Tips From Former Smokers Returns with New Advertisements

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Tips From Former Smokers, now celebrating its 10th anniversary, this week unveiled a series of new advertisements encouraging people who smoke to quit. The campaign has had significant and sustained impact over the past decade, helping more than one million U.S. adults quit smoking.

The Tips campaign continues to elevate powerful stories about real people experiencing smoking-related diseases and disabilities and the toll these conditions have taken on them and their loved ones. Further, the Tips campaign addresses tobacco-related health disparities to advance health equity by increasing the reach, representation, receptivity, and accessibility of quit smoking messages. The campaign additionally increases awareness of free quit-smoking resources among all adults.

Additional information, including the new advertisements, is available here.