Topic: tobacco

HSPH's Connolly fighting tobacco use worldwide

Gregory N. Connolly, director of the Center for Global Tobacco Control and professor of the practice of public health at HSPH, was featured in the Harvard Gazette for his research into the health effects of tobacco and the effectiveness of interventions designed…

HSPH researchers help Israel stamp out tobacco

August 22, 2012 -- Attendees at the first Israeli Conference on Tobacco or Health earlier this summer hoped to “make tobacco history” in the country, and they appear to have political will behind this goal. With the help of Harvard School of Public…

Smokeless tobacco products designed to attract the young

New smokeless tobacco products with slick packaging and candy-like appearance can lure young people and others into smoking, and, despite having lower nicotine levels, still cause cancer and other health risks, says Gregory N. Connolly, professor of the practice of public health and…

Home stress, work stress linked with increased smoking

September 12, 2012 -- According to new research from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), there’s a strong association between work-family conflict and the likelihood of smoking. Candace Nelson, research fellow in the Department of Environmental Health, Lisa Berkman, director of the Harvard Center for…

HSPH's Connolly passionate about curbing smoking worldwide

Gregory N. Connolly, professor of the practice of public health at HSPH and director of HSPH’s Center for Global Tobacco Control, is spotlighted in the March-April 2011 issue of Harvard Magazine for his far-reaching anti-tobacco efforts. Before coming to HSPH, Connolly spent…