Promote Smokefree 60+ on your organization's website
Copy and paste the code below to your website or blog to add a widget linking to the Smokefree 60+ website.
<a href="http://60plus.smokefree.gov"><img src="http://60plus.smokefree.gov/sites/default/files/images/smokefree60plus-button-125x125.png" alt="Think. Prepare. Quit. Smokefree 60+." style="width:125px; height:125px;"/></a>
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Download and print the flyer to let others know about Smokefree 60+.
Websites dedicated to older populations
This website contains health and wellness information for older adults from the National Institutes of Health. It includes resources on smoking cessation, lung cancer, and secondhand smoke, as well as many other health topics, along with videos, quizzes, and literature for older populations.
This NIA website describes research findings on aging, including smoking, and contains factsheets on a number of topics related to smoking, such as "Nicotine Is a Drug" and "Cigars, Pipes, Chewing Tobacco and Snuff are not Safe".
Go4Life is an exercise and physical activity campaign from the National Institute on Aging designed to help older adults fit exercise and physical activity into their lives.
BecomeAnEX is a free three-step plan to re-learn life without cigarettes and quit smoking for good. EX will help you pick your smoking apart into little pieces you can tackle one by one. Once you begin, you'll start to look at quitting smoking not as one huge war, but as a series of small battles you can actually see yourself winning.
Treatobacco.net provides evidence-based data and practical support for the treatment of tobacco dependence. It is aimed at physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, psychologists, researchers, and policy makers. Treatobacco.net is produced and maintained by the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco, in association with the World Bank, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, the Cochrane Group, and a panel of international experts.
The Cancer Control P.L.A.N.E.T. portal provides access to Web-based resources that can assist in: assessing the cancer burden in a given state, identifying potential partner organizations, understanding the current research findings, accessing and downloading evidence-based programs and products, and providing guidelines for planning and evaluation.
Released in 2014, this report highlights the progress our nation has made in reducing tobacco use and the continuing burden of disease and death caused by smoking. This report adds to the list of diseases caused by tobacco use that was originally produced in 2004 and highlights how secondhand smoke is related to the burden of disease.
A CDC-released report focusing on effective tobacco cessation treatments.
A comprehensive document, this guideline contains evidence-based strategies and recommendations designed to assist clinicians, tobacco dependence treatment specialists, and others in delivering and supporting effective treatments for tobacco use and dependence.
Available in both English and Spanish, this booklet is a companion to Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence, 2008 Update: Clinical Practice Guideline. It is written in an easy-to-understand format and includes educational and motivational messages and resources to help patients/consumers quit smoking.
The North American Quitline Consortium (NAQC) is the only nonprofit organization in North America dedicated to advancing the field of quitlines through programs in the areas of research, education, training, policy, and communication. NAQC's 400 quitline stakeholders—funders, service providers, researchers, and national organizations—learn from each other and improve quitline services to decrease the toll of tobacco- related diseases and deaths in North America.