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DAMOUR: Myths About Teenagers and Risk-Taking

Other studies confirm a rise in adolescent pot-smoking, and teenagers face new threats such as e-cigarettes and high rates of prescription drug abuse. But we are now raising the tamest cohort of teenagers in decades.
New York Times Blogs
added Jul 13, 2016 13:57
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[California] E-cigarettes, Cigarettes, and the Prevalence of Adolescent Tobacco Use [FREE FULL TEXT]

the high prevalence of combined e-cigarette or cigarette use in 2014, compared with historical Southern California smoking prevalence, suggests that e-cigarettes are not merely substituting for cigarettes and indicates that e-cigarette use is occurring in
Pediatrics
added Jul 12, 2016 15:33
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[California] E-Cigarettes and Future Cigarette Use

E-cigarette use in never-smoking youth may increase risk of subsequent initiation of cigarettes and other combustible products during the transition to adulthood when the purchase of tobacco products becomes legal. Stronger associations in participants wi
Pediatrics
added Jul 12, 2016 15:33
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[California] GLANTZ: Kids are not just substituting e-cigs for cigs; e-cigs are expanding the tobacco epidemic

Jessica Barrington-Trimis and her colleagues have published two important papers in Pediatrics on the link between e-cigarette and cigarette use, both based on a large longitudinal sample of Southern California youth who have been followed for many years
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Jul 12, 2016 15:33
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America’s Children in Brief: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2016 (PDF)

Cotinine, a breakdown product of nicotine, is used as a marker for exposure to secondhand smoke in nonsmokers. Cotinine levels at or above 0.05 nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL) are often used as an indicator of secondhand smoke exposure in the previous
Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics
added Jul 12, 2016 14:52
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AMERICA'S CHILDREN IN BRIEF: KEY NATIONAL INDICATORS OF WELL-BEING, 2016 (Press Release)

In 2015, the percentage of eighth, 10th and 12th graders who reported smoking cigarettes daily was the lowest since data collection began in 1980.
Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics
added Jul 12, 2016 14:48
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Smoking Levels Among Students at Historic Low, Says Report Produced With Help From AIR Experts

key assistance from experts at the American Institutes for Research (AIR). That finding is one of several in America’s Children in Brief: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2016, an annual report on children up to 17 years old released by the Federal
PR Web
added Jul 12, 2016 14:45
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[Asia] Have Socioeconomic Inequalities in Tobacco Use in India Increased Over Time? Trends From the National Sample Surveys (2000–2012) [FREE FULL TEXT]

Implications: We found “resilient” tobacco patterns in the last decade despite prevention interventions. SES continues to be inversely associated with tobacco products, with the exception of cigarettes. The declines in bidi use may be getting replaced b
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jul 12, 2016 14:28
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[UK] What's in YOUR cigarette? Most smokers have no idea what chemicals they are inhaling

Millions of people across the world smoke, though they know their habit is potentially catastrophic to their health. Yet, a new study has found the majority of smokers are ignorant to the chemicals they are inhaling. While most can identify nicotine wi
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jul 11, 2016 21:45
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Study: New concerns raised over teen e-cigarette use

The conclusion raises the question of whether e-cigarettes are merely substituting for cigarettes or being used by teens who wouldn’t otherwise be smoking. In 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported e-cigarettes were the most commo
USA Today
added Jul 11, 2016 21:00
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