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TSET Releases New Vape Prevention Messaging for Teens (October 21, 2021) -
TSET Healthy Youth Initiative is launching two new educational messages aimed at reducing and preventing tobacco and vape use among Oklahoma youth ages 13-18.

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TSET Board of Directors Launches Youth Advocacy and Education Program (May 21, 2021) -
Teens in Oklahoma will have an opportunity to directly impact nutrition, active living and tobacco use, empowering youth to improve health outcomes for themselves and future generations through the second phase of the HYI program.

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TSET Expands “Swap Up” Youth Nutrition Campaign Teen obesity prevention initiative launches new messaging OKLAHOMA CITY (May 10, 2021)
Teens in Oklahoma will have an opportunity to directly impact nutrition, active living and tobacco use, empowering youth to improve health outcomes for themselves and future generations through the second phase of the HYI program.

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JSET Board of Directors Approves Youth Advocacy and Education Program Initiative will focus on leadership and healthier communities. OKLAHOMA CITY (Jan. 26, 2021)
TSET is seeking to empower Oklahoma youth to improve health outcomes for future generations. Teens are facing increasing threats to good health as rates of vaping and obesity continue to climb in Oklahoma and nationally.

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TSET Healthy Youth Initiative Program Moving Forward Presentation to TSET Board of Directors shows Oklahoma youth struggle with vape use and nutrition. OKLAHOMA CITY (Nov. 12, 2020)
TSET Healthy Youth Initiative Program Moving Forward

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New TSET Initiative Prioritizes Health of Oklahoma Youth Statewide educational campaign helps teens struggling against tobacco use and poor nutrition OKLAHOMA CITY (August 4, 2020)
Oklahoma youth face health challenges like never before, from the increase in teen vaping to rising rates of obesity. To help tackle these trends, TSET launched the Healthy Youth Initiative to educate Oklahoma teens and help them make informed choices about their health.

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Thomas Larson
Director of Public Information and Outreach
405-521-4992
ThomasL@tset.ok.gov