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New Study Reveals No Drop in Use of Smokeless Tobacco for U.S. Workers – Journeyworks Publishing Offers Materials for Workplace Wellness Efforts

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>PRWEB.COM NewswireSanta Cruz, CA (PRWEB) June 30, 2014

According to a recent study by the US. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, U.S. workers are continuing, and slightly increasing, their use of smokeless tobacco products. Smokeless tobacco (snuff and chew tobacco) are known to cause oral, esophageal and pancreatic cancer. The study did not include other smokeless tobacco products, such as e-cigarettes and candy-flavored dissolvable tobacco, therefore the usage numbers may actually be underestimated.

Spit, Snuff, Dirt, Chew; by any name, smokeless tobacco is bad for your health. The Centers for Disease Control has challenged employers to step up efforts to reduce smokeless tobacco use at worksites.
Professionals charged with improving workplace wellness will love the easy-to-read, friendly brochures available from Journeyworks Publishing. With a great selection of pamphlets on the health consequences of spit tobacco, and how to quit it, health educators can find the right tools to help workers succeed in abstaining and quitting smokeless tobacco.

Click here to request a Journeyworks Publishing Quit Spit Tobacco Review Pack. Titles included in this complimentary review pack: "How to Quit Spit Tobacco"; "The Health Consequences of Spit Tobacco"; "50 Things You Should Know About Smokeless Tobacco"; "How Tobacco Affects Your Teeth, Gums and Mouth" and "Smokeless Tobacco: Spit it Out."

About Journeyworks Publishing
Journeyworks Publishing is a national health education and health promotion publisher with more than 10,000,000 pamphlets, brochures, booklets, posters, bookmarks, videos and other products distributed each year. Used extensively by public health departments, hospitals, schools, VA programs and more, Journeyworks materials are known for being creative, effective, easy-to-read, and accurate. You can learn more by visiting

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