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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 14:35

E-cigarette use may encourage experimentation...

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E-cigarette use may encourage experimentation with tobacco, study finds
A 2015-2016 study in four Scottish secondary schools found a link between e-cigarette use in "never smokers" - those who have never tried smoking - and their subsequent first experimentation with cigarettes in the following year.

The initial 2015 survey found that among the 2,125 never smokers, 183 (8.6%) said that they had tried an e-cigarette and 1,942 had not. A 2016 follow-up survey found that 74 (40.4%) of those who had tried an e-cigarette in the initial 2015 survey, went on to smoke a cigarette in the following 12 months - compared to only 249 (12.8%) of young people who had not tried an e-cigarette.
Uniquely, we also found that e-cigarette use had a greater impact on the odds of cigarette experimentation in young never smokers who had a firm intention not to smoke and/or whose friends didn't smoke. Traditionally, this is the group of young people least likely to take up smoking.
Researchers said: "Our UK findings are broadly similar to those from eight other US studies….”
More : https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-07-e-cigarette-experimentation-tobacco.html

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