Smokeless tobacco is better known as spit tobacco, chewing tobacco, chew, and dip. Users put tobacco leaves into their mouth and suck on them instead of smoking them in cigarettes. Smokeless tobacco comes as either snuff or chewing tobacco.
Smokeless tobacco (ST) use among US high school males living in rural areas exceeds national levels. Subgroups at heightened risk of ST use have been.
A new study tracking the popularity of smokeless tobacco products among U.S. adolescents found the majority of teens who use these products.