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RSS Feeds

What is RSS?

RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is an easy way to receive automatic updates of new and recently changed content from CDC's Smoking & Tobacco Use Web site right on your desktop or browser.

How do you add an RSS feed from this site?

To view this site's feeds in your RSS news reader:

  • Copy or click on the URL of the feed below.
  • Follow the instructions of your news reader.

Main Feed

The latest three items in the Smoking & Tobacco Use Main RSS Feed are listed below.


Smoking & Tobacco Use RSS Feeds

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Main Feed

All new content and content updates

Surgeon General's Reports (SGR)

New and Updated SGR Materials

Fact Sheets

New fact sheets and fact sheet updates

Healthy People Objectives

Announcements related to the Healthy People objectives

Tobacco-Related MMWRs

New tobacco-related MMWRs

STATE System

New and updated information on the State Tobacco Activities Tracking and Evaluation (STATE) System

Global Tobacco Control

New and updated information on global tobacco control

Newsroom

Tobacco-related press releases, media statements, advisories, and transcripts

Tobacco-Related Podcasts

New tobacco-related podcasts

Tables, Charts, and Graphs

New and updated tables, charts, and graphs


 
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