The Tobacco AtlasGlobal Cigarette Consumption: This interactive map from The Tobacco Atlas allows you to view annual cigarette consumption by country.

Tobacco Documents Bibliography: Frequently updated comprehensive bibliography of publications and resources that utilize and analyze tobacco industry documents from 1994 to present. This section of the bibliography is specifically devoted to the tobacco product ingredients and design.

Other Tobacco Products

Tobacco: Deadly in Any FormTobacco: Deadly in Any Form of Disguise: This World Health Organization report provides information on trends in tobacco use, health effects of tobacco use, and the forms of tobacco. Refer to pages 16-31 for information on rolls of tobacco, pipes, and oral or smokeless tobacco.

The Tobacco AtlasTypes of Tobacco Use: Common types of smoking and smokeless tobacco products and areas where specific products are most prevalent.

Nicotine Delivery Systems: Images and descriptions of alternate nicotine delivery products that have been developed by tobacco companies, pharmaceutical companies and entrepreneurs. Products portrayed in the Tobacco Atlas are aligned along the continuum of harm.

Center for Disease ControlSmokeless Tobacco Fact Sheet: This CDC factsheet provides health information on the health effects of smokeless tobacco use.

Federal Trade CommissionFederal Trade Commission: Smokeless Tobacco Report: This 2011 Federal Trade Commission Report analyzes smokeless tobacco sales, advertising, and promotion for 2007 and 2008 in the United States.

Center for Disease ControlHookah Fact Sheet: Hookahs are used to smoke specially made tobacco that is available in a variety of flavors. This CDC fact sheet provides information on the health effects of hookahs.

World Health OrganizationWaterpipe Tobacco Smoking: Health Effects, Research Needs, and Recommended Actions: This World Health Organization advisory note addresses the growing concerns about the increasing prevalence and potential health effects of tobacco using waterpipes.

Center for Disease ControlBidis and Kreteks Fact Sheet: This CDC factsheet provides information on the health effects of bidis (thin hand-rolled cigarettes) and kreteks (also called clove cigarettes). Both have higher concentrations of nicotine, tar, and carbon monoxide than conventional cigarettes sold in the United States.

Novel Nicotine Delivery Systems and Harm Reduction

Institute of Medicine Clearing the Smoke: The Science Base for Tobacco Harm Reduction: This Institute of Medicine Report assesses the effect of PREPs in reducing tobacco-related exposure, the actual health benefits, and the public health effects from the use of these products.

FDAThe Nature and Impact of the Use of Dissolvable Tobacco Products on the Public Health: This FDA document provides a summary of the 2012 report of the Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee on dissolvable tobacco products.

CigaretteThe “Lessons of “Light” and “Low Tar” Cigarettes: Without Effective Regulation, “Reduce Risk” Tobacco Products Threaten the Public Health: This report was created at the request of Reps. Henry Waxman and Janice Schakowsky. It compares the history of “light” and “low tar” cigarettes to available evidence about the new “reduced risk” tobacco products.

Cigarette Oral and Potential Reduced Exposure Products: This Wikiproducts site focuses primarily on novel, “harm reduction”, oral, or potential reduced exposure products (PREPs).