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The report, which updates the 1994 Surgeon General's report on tobacco use in youth, highlights the immediate and long-term health consequences to which children and young adults are most vulnerable.
This latest surgeon general's report details the changing cigarette, the toxicology of smoke, cardiovascular biomarkers, pathophysiology, metabolism, cancer, and developmental effects--all backed by evidence-based research.
The US Surgeon General's report, the latest update to its first study in 1964 highlighting tobacco dangers, said that even an occasional cigarette or exposure to secondhand smoke is harmful.
In 2000, a first-ever surgeon general's report on oral health called dental and oral diseases in the United States a ``silent epidemic.
The site's "A Breath of Fresh Air" page includes sections for teens and parents as well as links to the Surgeon General's Report on Women and Smoking.
the Surgeon General's report (1) on oral health care illuminated the problem.
Surgeon General's report Forty years after the initial report was released, the Surgeon General again reports to the nation on the effects of smoking.
She was managing editor of The Surgeon General's Report on Nutrition and Health, a member of the USDA/DHHS 1995 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, and a member of the FDA Food Advisory Committee.