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The Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research

Teens Against Tobacco Use

Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU) is an innovative health promotion program that empowers youth to serve as both educators and healthy policy advocates. Teens are trained to draw from their personal experience to develop and deliver anti-tobacco presentations to younger students. Teen salso engage in advocacy activities to support the creation and enforcement of tobacco control policy.

Project Staff

Project personnel are listed below. Click on a name to view the individual profile.

Survey: Vaping now more popular than smoking among Texas teenagers

1 in 4 Texas secondary students have used e-cigarettes; in Austin high schools, it’s 19 percent.