This review and meta-analysis determines the effectiveness of interventions delivered by health care professionals who provide routine child health care in reducing tobacco smoke exposure in children.
This study investigates the association between e-cigarette use and respiratory symptoms in Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong.
This national longitudinal cohort study of US adolescents and young adults finds that the use of e-cigarettes is associated with progression to traditional cigarette smoking.
This secondary data analysis of the 2013 California Healthy Kids Survey reports that during wartime, military-connected youth are at increased risk for adverse outcomes, such as use of alcohol and other substances of abuse; physical and nonphysical violence and harassment; and weapon carrying, compared with nonmilitary peers.
This study quantifies the effect of 100% smoke-free laws on the smoking behavior of adolescents and young adults in a longitudinal analysis.
This 2-wave national longitudinal study finds that baseline water pipe tobacco smoking and the use of snus independently predicted the onset of cigarette smoking and current cigarette smoking at follow-up.
This study reports that increases in the cigarette tax contribute to improving health outcomes related to smoking among the highest risk mothers and infants. Considering that US states increase cigarette taxes for reasons other than to improve birth outcomes, these findings are welcome by-products of state policies.
Dutra and Glantz examine electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use and conventional cigarette smoking. Chaloupka provides commentary in a related editorial.