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Smokeless Tobacco Directory

Smokeless tobacco, including snuff and chewing tobacco, is harmful. Some may think it is safer than smoking cigarettes, but that is not the case. Smokeless tobacco can cause oral cancer, leukoplakia, gum disease, tooth loss, and more. Because smokeless tobacco is addictive, quitting can be difficult, but there are dozens of options that can help you, from medications to support groups. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how smokeless tobacco affects your body, signs of addiction, treatments to help you quit, and much more.

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Snus, a smokeless tobacco developed in Sweden, may seem like a less-harmful alternative to cigarettes. But it still may have health risks. WebMD reports.

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