Help for young smokeless tobacco users:

A month ago I wrote about the health risks from using smokeless tobacco:

Today I’d like to mention a relatively new website that is designed to help young smokeless tobacco users (aged 14-25) to quit using smokeless tobacco, and to participate in a national cancer Institute-funded study of the usefulness of the site.
The website is called and was launched in October 2008. Over 500 people have enrolled on the site to take part in a free self-help quitting program. To enroll, participants must have an active e-mail address and be willing to complete some online questionnaires as part of the research program. is free and available 24 hours a day, was developed by experts in smokeless tobacco cessation, and is based on methods that have been effective with thousands of smokeless tobacco users.

So check out:
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MA, MAppSci, PhD

Dr. Jonathan Foulds is an expert in the field of tobacco addiction.