Explore the latest in tobacco and e-cigarettes, including their ongoing global health burden and adolescent risks of electronic cigarette use.
This cohort study uses propensity score matching analyses of 3 years of data from the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study to assess whether there is an association between electronic nicotine delivery system use and changes in the frequency or intensity of cigarette smoking among young adults who have ever smoked.
This cross-sectional study examines National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data to assess the prevalence of secondhand smoke exposure in nonsmokers in the US population 3 years and older.
This randomized clinical trial examines biomarkers of carcinogen exposure in African American and Latinx smokers who switch to electronic cigarettes vs smoking as usual.
This cohort study examines the association of electronic cigarette use with incidence of respiratory conditions among participants of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study.
This randomized trial compares the effect of using e-cigarettes with individual counseling vs individual counseling alone for smoking cessation on point prevalence abstinence at 12 weeks.
This case series describes the clinical features, bronchoscopic findings, imaging patterns, and outcomes of e-cigarette, or vaping, product use–associated lung injury (EVALI).
This cohort study examines whether the 2018 implementation of a federal ban on smoking in public housing settings was associated with a decrease in indoor levels of secondhand smoke in New York City (NYC) public housing developments 12 months later.
This research study examines the prevalence of cartoon images promoting e-cigarette–associated products on Instagram and their association with likes from users.
This Viewpoint discusses the importance of including tobacco dependence treatment as a measure of excellence in the provision of health care.
This randomized clinical trial examines the efficacy of a smartphone application for smoking cessation based on acceptance and commitment therapy vs a National Cancer Institute smoking cessation application based on US clinical practice guidelines.
This cohort study assesses whether young people who change their sexual identity are associated with having higher risk of cigarette smoking initiation and current smoking compared with those with consistent sexual identities.
This cohort study examines stress levels in children based on environment factors, including artificial light at night, near-roadway air pollution, noise, green space, and secondhand smoke.
These 3 randomized clinical trials examine the efficacy of very low-nicotine-content cigarettes in reducing smoking rates among smokers with affective disorders, opioid use disorders, or socioeconomic disadvantage.
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