Explore the latest in tobacco and e-cigarettes from The JAMA Network, including their ongoing global health burden and adolescent risks of electronic cigarette use.
This multisite, double-blind, within-participant assessment examines the dose-dependent association of cigarettes with reduced nicotine content with the reinforcing effects, subjective effects, and smoking topography in populations with psychiatric and socioeconomic vulnerabilities.
This study uses data from the Premier Alliance database to assess factors associated with the use of smoking cessation pharmacotherapy in smokers hospitalized for coronary heart disease.
A man in his 50s with a history of smoking and chronic hypertension is admitted with sudden-onset upper abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, moderate epigastric tenderness with rebound and guarding but no history of previous surgery or trauma, and hemodynamic instability. What is your diagnosis?
This longitudinal, ecological study assesses associations between median cigarette prices, cigarette price differentials, and infant mortality across the European Union.
This validated microsimulation model evaluates the risk of lung cancer death by smoking exposure for persons living with human immunodeficiency virus.
This Viewpoint discusses a new FDA regulatory plan to reduce the burden of smoking-related disease by requiring reduction of nicotine in combustible tobacco products beneath addicting levels and by encouraging innovations in novel reduced-risk nicotine products.
This population-based study uses the Acute Coronary Treatment and Intervention Outcomes Network Registry to evaluate the prevalence of smoking cessation medication use among patients following myocardial infarction.
This systematic review and meta-analysis assesses initial use of e-cigarettes and subsequent cigarette smoking among adolescents and young adults.
This study analyzed the content of smoke from heat-not-burn tobacco cigarettes compared with that of conventional cigarettes to determine whether similar toxic compounds are released in heat-not-burn cigarette smoke.
This cross-sectional analysis uses NHANES data to assess temporal trends in 10-year predicted absolute cardiovascular risk and cardiovascular risk factors among US adults in different socioeconomic strata.
This placebo-controlled crossover study assesses the effects of nicotine dependence and stimulation of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor on the ability to interpret valence information and subsequently alter behavior as reward contingencies change in a probabilistic reversal learning task.
This population-based study examines the incidence of severe mental illness in offspring whose mothers smoked during pregnancy.
This study assesses self-reported secondhand electronic cigarette aerosol exposure among US students.
This case-control study evaluates if abstinence from smoking on the day of surgery is associated with a decreased frequency of surgical site infection in patients who smoke cigarettes.
Two studies evaluate corticothalamic-mediated inhibitory control in individuals who are attempting to quit smoking.
This study describes the association of mothers’ tobacco smoking during pregnancy and children’s low birth weight with the retinal nerve fiber layer thickness in Danish children.
In this Viewpoint, former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Thomas Frieden and colleagues review the Center’s 2010 Winnable Battles initiative, and discuss target areas where they met and fell short of their public health goals.