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16-10

Relationships between alcohol consumption, smoking status and food habits in Greek adolescents: Vascular implications for the future

14-11

An Evaluation of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Cigarette Smoking Among Youth

14-08

Do smoking and fruit and vegetable intake mediate the association between socio-economic status and plasma carotenoids?

13-07

Do smoking and fruit and vegetable intake mediate the association between socio-economic status and plasma carotenoids

10-04

Eating habits, physical activity, smoking and alcohol consumption in adolescents attending school in the province of Buenos Aires

09-10

The health and nutrition of young indigenous women in north Queensland - intergenerational implications of poor food quality, obesity, diabetes, tobacco smoking and alcohol use.

22-11

Drugs Archive | 5-11

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19-09

Impact of snus use in teenage boys on tobacco use in young adulthood

19-09

Cigarette Smoking Among Secondary School-Going Male Adolescents in Malaysia

19-09

Knowledge, attitudes and behaviours on tobacco, alcohol and other drugs among Nigerian secondary school students

19-09

Effectiveness of School-Based Smoking Prevention Education Program (SPEP) Among Nonsmoking Adolescents

19-08

Long-term impact of plain packaging of cigarettes with larger graphic health warnings: findings from cross-sectional surveys of Australian adolescents between 2011 and 2017

19-08

Effectiveness of Media Intervention on Students' Attitudes toward Drug and Tobacco

19-08

An examination of how age of onset for alcohol, cannabis, and tobacco are associated with physical activity, screen time and BMI as students are preparing to graduate from high school

19-08

Differential associations of health literacy with Austrian adolescents’ tobacco and alcohol use

19-08

Effect of Participatory Health Promotion Initiative on Tobacco Use among Adolescents: A School-Based Quasi-Experimental Pilot Study from Central India

19-08

Gender differences in the perceived effectiveness of female-focused graphic health warnings against smoking in South Korea

19-07

Effectiveness of a School Based Smokeless Tobacco Intervention

19-07

A Systematic Review of Observational Studies, Demonstrating Smoking among School Going Adolescents

19-05

Physical activity among adolescent tobacco and electronic cigarette users

19-05

Trends in socioeconomic differences in daily smoking among 15-year-old Danes

19-05

Current Cigarette Smoking and Its Predictors among School-Going Adolescents in East Africa

19-04

Self-Reported Use of Tobacco, E-cigarettes, and Marijuana Versus Urinary Biomarkers

19-04

Have e-cigarettes renormalised or displaced youth smoking? Results of a segmented regression analysis of repeated cross sectional survey data in England, Scotland and Wales (Tobacco Control)

19-04

Sex Differences in Multilevel Factors of Smoking Experimentation and Age of Initiation in Korean Adolescents

19-04

Considering the age-graded nature of associations between socioeconomic characteristics and smoking during the transition towards adulthood

19-04

Residential environments and smoking behaviour patterns among young adults

19-02

Low stress resilience in late adolescence and risk of smoking, high alcohol consumption and drug use later in life

18-12

Age of tobacco use initiation and association with current use and nicotine dependence among US middle and high school students, 2014–2016

18-11

Sex and sexual orientation in relation to tobacco use among young adult college students in the US

18-11

Tobacco and Alcohol on Television: A Content Analysis of Male Adolescents’ Favorite Shows

18-11

How Menthol Is Key to the Tobacco Industry's Strategy of Recruiting and Retaining Young Smokers in Singapore

18-11

E-cigarette use is associated with other tobacco use among US adolescents

18-11

Affect, craving, and cognition: An EMA study of ad libitum adolescent smoking.

18-11

Alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana expectancies as predictors of substance use initiation in adolescence

18-11

Impact of nearby smoking on adolescent smoking behavior in Korea

18-10

Longitudinal association between tobacco use and the onset of depressive symptoms among Swedish adolescents: the Kupol cohort study

18-10

The magnitude and impact of tobacco marketing exposure in adolescents' day-to-day lives: An ecological momentary assessment (EMA) study

18-10

Association of pleasant sensations at cigarette smoking initiation with subsequent tobacco product use among U.S. adolescents

18-09

The magnitude and impact of tobacco marketing exposure in adolescents' day-to-day lives

18-09

High exposure to nicotine among adolescents who use Juul and other vape pod systems (‘pods’)

18-08

Early vascular damage from smoking and alcohol in teenage years: the ALSPAC study

18-08

Double hazard of smoking and alcohol on vascular function in adolescents

18-08

Attitudes toward Tobacco, Alcohol, and Non-Alcoholic Beverage Advertisement Themes among Adolescent Boys.

18-08

Association of BMI Changes Between Adolescence and Young Adulthood With Smoking Cessation

18-08

It’s not all about price: factors associated with roll-your-own tobacco use among young people

18-06

Patterns of smoking initiation during adolescence and young adulthood in South-West China

18-05

Uptake of Tailored Text Message Smoking Cessation Support in Pregnancy When Advertised on the Internet

18-04

15-year-old tobacco and alcohol abstainers in a drier generation: Characteristics and lifestyle factors in a Norwegian cross-sectional sample

18-04

Observed smoking and tobacco pack display in Australian outdoor cafés 2 years after implementation of plain packaging

18-04

Disparities in tobacco use by adolescents in southeast, Nigeria using Global Youth Tobacco Survey (GYTS) approach

18-04

Tobacco outlet density and adolescents’ cigarette smoking: a meta-analysis

18-04

Dual Trajectories of Sleep Duration and Cigarette Smoking during Adolescence: Relation to Subsequent Internalizing Problems

18-04

Critical age windows in the impact of lifetime smoking exposure on respiratory symptoms and disease among ever smokers

18-02

Sibling cigarette smoking and peer network influences on substance use potential among adolescent: a population based study

18-02

E-cigarette marketing exposure and combustible tobacco use among adolescents in the United States

18-02

Attitudes toward Tobacco, Alcohol, and Non-Alcoholic Beverage Advertisement Themes among Adolescent Boys

18-02

E-cigarette use, dual use of e-cigarettes and tobacco cigarettes, and frequency of cannabis use among high school students

18-02

Impact of E-Cigarette Minimum Legal Sale Age Laws on Current Cigarette Smoking

18-02

Education and indoor smoking among parents who smoke: the mediating role of perceived social norms of smoking

18-02

Evidence review of e-cigarettes and heated tobacco products 2018: executive summary

18-01

Slim cigarette smoking prevalence among Canadian youth smokers: Implications for federal standardized packaging legislation

18-01

Educational gradients in the use of electronic cigarettes and heat-not-burn tobacco products in Japan

18-01

Association of Combined Patterns of Tobacco and Cannabis Use in Adolescence With Psychotic Experiences

18-01

Exposure to tobacco websites: Associations with cigarette and e-cigarette use and susceptibility among adolescents

18-01

Identifying patterns of tobacco use among US middle and high school students

17-12

Cost-effectiveness of tobacco control policies and programmes targeting adolescents

17-12

Tobacco Smoke Exposure Association With Lipid Profiles and Adiposity Among U.S. Adolescents

17-11

Should the Legal Age for Tobacco Be Raised? Results From a National Sample of Adolescents.

17-11

Tobacco cessation interventions for young people

17-11

Tobacco Content in Video Games: Categorization of Tobacco Typologies and Gamer Recall

17-11

Oral Contraceptives and Cigarette Smoking: A Review of the Literature and Future Directions

17-11

How Do Tobacco Power Walls Influence Adolescents? A Study of Mediating Mechanisms.

17-11

Current and Former Smokers' Use of Electronic Cigarettes for Quitting Smoking: An Exploratory Study of Adolescents and Young Adults.

17-11

Socioeconomic status is associated with the prevalence and co-occurrence of risk factors for cigarette smoking initiation during adolescence.

17-11

Engagement Within a Mobile Phone–Based Smoking Cessation Intervention for Adolescents and its Association With Participant Characteristics and Outcomes

17-11

Evaluation of a novel intervention providing insight into the tobacco industry to prevent the uptake of smoking in school-aged children

17-11

The impact of flavour, device type and warning messages on youth preferences for electronic nicotine delivery systems

17-11

Electronic Cigarette Use in Students and Its Relation with Tobacco-Smoking

17-11

Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use among Young People in England 2016

17-10

Associations of perceived interparental relationship, family harmony and family happiness with smoking intention in never-smoking Chinese children and adolescents

17-10

Age-Varying Associations Between Cigarette Smoking, Sensation Seeking, and Impulse Control Through Adolescence and Young Adulthood

17-10

Using a Media Campaign to Increase Engagement With a Mobile-Based Youth Smoking Cessation Program

17-09

Internet-based interventions for smoking cessation

17-09

To what extent and why adolescents do or do not support future tobacco control measures

17-08

Providing Antismoking Socialization to Children After Quitting Smoking: Does It Help Parents Stay Quit?

17-08

Feasibility and Acceptability of a Text Message-Based Smoking Cessation Program for Young Adults in Lima

17-08

Influence of Health Warnings on Beliefs about the Health Effects of Cigarette Smoking, in the Context of an Experimental Study in Four Asian Countries

17-08

Smokers who have children with asthma: Perceptions about child secondhand smoke exposure and tobacco use initiation and parental willingness to participate in child-focused tobacco interventions

17-08

Post-High School Changes in Tobacco and Cannabis Use in the United States

17-07

Tobacco Use and Effects of Professional Advice on Smoking Cessation among Youth in India

17-07

New Zealand adolescents’ discouragement of smoking among their peers

17-07

Effectiveness of government anti-smoking policy on non-smoking youth in Korea

17-07

A Longitudinal Study Predicting Adolescent Tobacco, Alcohol, and Cannabis Use by Behavioral Characteristics of Close Friends

17-07

Access to Tobacco Among California High School Students: The Role of Family Members, Peers, and Retail Venues

17-07

Intervention Effects on Stage Transitions for Adolescent Smoking and Alcohol Use Acquisition

17-07

The Prospective Relationship Between Distress Tolerance and Cigarette Smoking Expectancies in Adolescence

17-07

Physical Activity and Quit Motivation Moderators of Adolescent Smoking Reduction

17-07

Association Between Initial Use of e-Cigarettes and Subsequent Cigarette Smoking Among Adolescents and Young Adults

17-07

Designing a Health-Game Intervention Supporting Health Literacy and a Tobacco-Free Life in Early Adolescence

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