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A group of nine Johnson County Middle School students are recognized for their efforts to curb youth vaping and e-cigarette use.
The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky says the failure is a "tragic loss of opportunity to protect Kentucky's adolescents and teens from the growing epidemic of vaping."
A poll shows half of Kentucky's adult smokers say they smoked fewer cigarettes, or considered trying to quit, following the cigarette excise tax increase in 2018.
The campaign is aimed at preventing an epidemic-level flu season like last year.
More than seven in 10 people in one of the nation's largest tobacco-producing states support a statewide smoking ban for most public places.
Former Congressman Ben Chandler has been named president and CEO of the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.
The latest Kentucky Health Issues Poll shows a clear relation between the conditions of neighborhood roads and sidewalks and residents' activity levels.
The latest edition of the Kentucky Health Issues Poll shows that support for smoke-free policy and laws throughout the state is increasing.
The latest Kentucky Health Issues Poll conducted by the Foundation For A Healthy Kentucky shows a major need for access to regular dental care.
Kentucky parents overwhelmingly favored increasing the state's high school dropout age, according to a survey done by The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.
High School Drop Out Age: What KY Parents Think