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“Children were recruited from elementary schools, kindergartens, and daycare centers. In total, 16676 children between 1 and 13 years of age living in MUH without smokers were included in the analysis. Allergic symptoms during the previous 12 months (current wheeze, rhinitis, and eczema) and home environmental factors, including the frequency of SHS incursion during the previous 12 months

“Nearly 10 percent of both children with and without asthma in the sample had reduced lung function. Investigators found that current tobacco smoke exposure was independently associated with airflow obstruction in school-aged children, although the extent of the association was small. However, prenatal tobacco smoke exposure was associated with a 2.5 times increase

“Participants (age 12-17 years) in the nationally representative US Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health survey who had smoked a cigarette (≥1 puff) but not yet smoked 100 cigarettes (N = 1295) were followed for subsequent e-cigarette and smoking. Versus e-cigarette never use, having ever used e-cigarettes was positively associated with progression to established cigarette smoking (19.3% vs 9.7%).

"A longitudinal survey of 1,152 11- to 18-year-olds was conducted with baseline in April 2016 and follow-up between August and October 2016. Logistic regression models and causal mediation analyses assessed whether (1) ever e-cigarette use and escalation were associated with smoking initiation (ever smoking at follow-up) among baseline never smokers (n = 923),

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Here are four interesting facts about Philip Morris International (PMI) from Reuter’s investigation using internal tobacco industry documents, including emails, presentations and strategy memos: “1) PMI uses secret strategies to undermine the World Health Organization’s international tobacco reduction efforts, 2) PMI has an “army” of 600 corporate lobbyists,

“Teenagers are impressionable when it comes to e-cigarettes, new research suggests. Nearly four out of 10 U.S. teens who use e-cigarettes said seeing others vape led them to try the devices themselves, according to a February 2018 report by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The most commonly selected reasons for e-cigarette use were:

E-cigarettes Associated with Depressed Smoking Cessation : A Cross-sectional Study of 28 European Union Countries found that in the European Union smokers who use e-cigarettes are less, not more, likely to quit smoking.

This report of more than 600 pages confirms that e-cigarettes are addictive, foster initiation of smoking by youth and may help some adults with cessation, though long-term consequences of use are not known. Conclusions from the study state that presently there is substantial evidence of negative health effects from e-cigarettes because of the damage from their constituents and emissions

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