COVID19 and Increased Anxiety Spikes Tobacco Usage
Pivot’s Breath Sensor Receives Expanded Indications for Use from FDA
The Only Over-The-Counter Device that Increases Motivation to Quit Smoking REDWOOD CITY, Calif., July 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Carrot Inc.
Health equity starts with conquering Big Tobacco
It’s time to speak up and have tough conversations about why we’ve accepted this social health problem and what we can do about it.
Get your heart a valentine.
Valentine’s Day and American Heart Month are upon us! February is the perfect time to reflect on matters of the heart — especially how your heart health is impacted by tobacco use.
Blue Cross NC Launches No-Cost Virtual Programs for Members to Quit Smoking and Reverse Type 2 Diabetes
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) announced it is teaming up with Carrot Inc.
Clinical Trial Finds Pivot Breath Sensor Significantly Increases Motivation to Quit Smoking.
In a study of 234 participants, use of the Pivot personal Carbon Monoxide Breath Sensor resulted in a significant increase in motivation to quit, increase in quit attempts, and reduction in cig…
Smoking and diabetes: adding fuel to the fire.
In the United States, approximately 30 million Americans are living with Type 2 diabetes (T2D). T2D develops when the body either doesn’t produce enough insulin or becomes resistant to insulin.
Quitting Smoking in Lockdown
Living in lockdown in response to COVID-19 has some obvious challenges. We have new stresses and uncertainties on top of the burdens of daily life. Our days just look different.
#FirstRespondersFirst Offers the Pivot Digital Tobacco Cessation Program to Frontline Healthcare Workers During the COVID-19 Crisis
Thrive Global, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the CAA Foundation and Carrot Inc.
AllegisNL Capital Invests in Digital Health Company – Carrot Inc.
Carrot Inc. launched its first digital health solution – Pivot – in 2019 to enterprise and health plan clients to help their employees and members quit tobacco REDWOOD CITY, Calif.
COVID-19 and Tobacco – Two Global Health Crises Collide
The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has killed nearly 600,000 people worldwide and over 138,000 in the U.S.