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CDC Releases 2011-2015 Middle and High School Tobacco Use Data Reports ‘statistically significant’ declines in combustible, smokeless use

These findings by the CDC show that the use of traditional combustible and smokeless tobacco products by high school and middle school students has declined from 2011 to 2015, with statistically significant reductions in the use of many of these products
Convenience Store/Petroleum (CSPNet)
added Apr 27, 2016 21:53

E-cigarettes help adults quit smoking, but they encourage teens to start

A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that teens are particularly susceptible to digital advertisements for electronic cigarettes.
Christian Science Monitor
added Apr 27, 2016 18:20

E-cigarettes may help adults quit smoking but entice teens to start

As advertising for electronic cigarettes increases, so do does the number of teens trying them, a new study suggests. The battery-powered cigarette alternative, known as an e-cigarettes or e-cig, is increasingly popular among mainstream tobacco companie
Christian Science Monitor
added Apr 26, 2016 16:06

new research affirms need for fda to regulate online e-cigarette ads

With studies increasingly showing that exposure to those ads is associated with curiosity and usage, it is urgent that the FDA begin regulating how, when and where e-cigarettes are marketed to prevent youth and young adult exposure.
Truth Initiative (American Legacy Foundation)
added Apr 25, 2016 23:33

Exposure to Advertisements and Electronic Cigarette Use Among US Middle and High School Students [FREE FULL TEXT]

E-cigarette advertisement exposure is associated with current e-cigarette use among students; greater exposure is associated with higher odds of use. Given that youth use of tobacco in any form is unsafe, comprehensive tobacco prevention and control stra
added Apr 25, 2016 23:31

[California] Is your child using e-cigarettes? New CDC report shows vaping rates at unprecedented levels among adolescents

While preliminary research indicates that vapor has fewer carcinogens than the smoke produced by burning dried tobacco leaves, vaping’s long-term impact on the lungs remains in question. Scientists emphasize that they simply haven’t had the decades neede
San Diego (CA) Union-Tribune
added Apr 24, 2016 23:42

GLANTZ: E-cigarette use continued to grow among youth in 2015; cigarette smoking stopped dropping

e-cigarettes are continuing to expand the nicotine market among kids. The fact that conventional cigarettes did not drop in high school students and only declined slightly among middle school students is precisely what one would expect if some of the ki
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Apr 24, 2016 17:54

SULLUM: The CDC Keeps Lying About Adolescent Vaping and Tobacco Use

Public health officials who see the rise of vaping as a sinister development, rather than an opportunity to dramatically reduce smoking-related disease and death, insist on calling e-cigarettes "tobacco products," even though they do not contain tobacco.
Reason Magazine
added Apr 18, 2016 22:44

ATS Expert Available to Comment on CDC’s Latest Report on E-Cigarettes and Teens

Frank Leone, MD, chair of the ATS Tobacco Action Committee, believes the misconception that e-cigarettes are safer than traditional cigarettes is driving the trend to increased use, which puts children and other first-time users at risk for significant h
added Apr 18, 2016 21:19

Tobacco Use: Fewer Teens Smoke Traditional Cigarettes, But The Popularity Of E-Cigarettes Has Risen 10-Fold

What’s more, electronic cigarettes seem to have become popular among tweens. The report found that in 2015, the electronic devices were also the most commonly used tobacco product among middle school students, rising from 0.6 to 5.3 percent. With resear
Medical Daily
added Apr 18, 2016 21:14
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