Augusta Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG) Medical Students and Family Medicine Residents recently presented the Tar Wars tobacco prevention program to more than 40 youth at the Augusta Boys and Girls Club in Augusta, Georgia. In addition to learning about the dangers of tobacco use the students also received information on second hand smoke and avoiding new and emerging tobacco products like E-Cigarettes and Hookahs. To learn how you can present the program in your community contact Kara Sinkule at email@example.com.
Support for Tar Wars provided by the W.G. Raoul Foundation