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17-07

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

17-07

Cascades of emotional support in friendship networks and adolescent smoking

17-07

The association between personal income and smoking among adolescents: a study in six European cities

17-07

Exposure and Engagement With Tobacco- and E-Cigarette–Related Social Media

17-05

A randomised controlled trial of a complex intervention to reduce children’s exposure to secondhand smoke in the home

17-05

Parental Monitoring Moderates the Relation Between Radio Exposure and Adolescent Alcohol and Tobacco Use

17-05

Predictors of smoking among primary and secondary school students in Botswana

17-05

Lack of Preventive Health Behaviors in the Early Forties: The Role of Earlier Trajectories of Cigarette Smoking From Adolescence to Adulthood

17-03

Risk factors associated with tobacco, alcohol and drug use among adolescents attending secondary school in three cities from Argentina

17-03

Counteracting the Influence of Peer Smoking on YouTube.

17-03

Recommendations on behavioural interventions for the prevention and treatment of cigarette smoking among school-aged children and youth

17-02

Waterpipe tobacco smoking prevalence and illegal underage use in waterpipe-serving premises: a cross-sectional analysis among schoolchildren in Stoke-on-Trent

17-02

Scheme’s success at stopping mums-to-be smoking

17-02

Beyond experimentation: Five trajectories of cigarette smoking in a longitudinal sample of youth

17-02

Cross-sectional study examining the prevalence, correlates and sequencing of electronic cigarette and tobacco use among 11–16-year olds in schools in Wales

17-01

E-cigarettes attract low risk adolescents to smoking, say researchers

17-01

Cohort study investigating the effects of first stage of the English tobacco point-of-sale display ban on awareness, susceptibility and smoking uptake among adolescents

17-01

Parents’ and peers’ normative influence on adolescents’ smoking: results from a Swiss-Italian sample of middle schools students

17-01

Using e-cigarettes in the home to reduce smoking and secondhand smoke: disadvantaged parents' accounts

17-01

Cigarette Smoking and Respiratory System Diseases in Adolescents

17-01

Impact of The Real Cost Campaign on Adolescents’ Recall, Attitudes, and Risk Perceptions about Tobacco Use

17-01

Electronic cigarette use and uptake of cigarette smoking: A longitudinal examination of U.S. college students

17-01

Assessment of pain in adolescents: Influence of gender, smoking status and tobacco abstinence

17-01

Factors associated with electronic cigarette use among current cigarette-smoking adolescents in the Republic of Korea

16-12

Children and cannabis use : Their mothers and smoking when pregnant

16-12

"Adolescent Cigarette Smoking Perceptions and Behavior: Tobacco Control Gains and Gaps Amidst the Rapidly Expanding Tobacco Products Market From 2001 to 2015"

16-11

Impact of non-menthol flavours in tobacco products (e-cigarette) on perceptions and use among youth, young adults and adults

16-11

Australia's plain tobacco packs: anticipated and actual responses among adolescents and young adults

16-11

Flavored Electronic Cigarette Use and Smoking Among Youth

16-11

Media as a “Super Peer”: How Adolescents Interpret Media Messages Predicts Their Perception of Alcohol and Tobacco Use Norms

16-11

The short-term effects of ASPIRA – a web-based, multimedia smoking prevention program for adolescents in Romania

16-11

Teenage vapers and taking up smoking

16-11

Public health benefits from pictorial health warnings on US cigarette packs: a SimSmoke simulation

16-10

The Great Recession, adolescent smoking and smoking inequalities: What role does youth unemployment play in 24 European countries?

16-10

Smoking in Movies and Adolescent Smoking Initiation: A Longitudinal Study among Argentinian Adolescents

16-10

Teenagers influenced by video games with alcohol and smoking content

16-10

How Is the Effect of Adolescent E-Cigarette Use on Smoking Onset Mediated

16-10

Youth Receptivity to FDA’s The Real Cost Tobacco Prevention Campaign: Evidence From Message Pretesting

16-10

Evidence of the Value of the Smoking Media Literacy Framework for Middle School Students

16-09

Long-term effectiveness of a combined student–parent and a student-only smoking prevention intervention among 7th grade school children in Berlin

16-09

The effect of prenatal smoking exposure on daily smoking among teenage offspring

16-09

Childhood cognitive ability and smoking initiation, relapse and cessation throughout adulthood

16-09

Current and former smokers’ use of electronic cigarettes for quitting smoking: An exploratory study of adolescents and young adults

16-09

Ever-Use and Curiosity About Cigarettes, Cigars, Smokeless Tobacco, and Electronic Cigarettes Among US Middle and High School Students

16-09

Association between high school students’ cigarette smoking, asthma and related beliefs

16-09

Current Cigarette Smoking, Access, and Purchases from Retail Outlets Among Students Aged 13–15 Years — Global Youth Tobacco Survey, 45 Countries, 2013 and 2014

16-09

Age of smoking initiation among adolescents in Africa

16-08

Electronic Cigarette Smoking Increases Aortic Stiffness and Blood Pressure in Young Smokers

16-08

Dyskinesia in an unmedicated adolescent with a 5-year history of tobacco use

16-08

Socioeconomic differences in adolescents’ smoking: a comparison between Finland and Beijing, China

16-08

Electronic Cigarette Use Among High School Students and Its Association With Cigarette Use And Smoking Cessation, North Carolina Youth Tobacco Surveys, 2011 and 2013

16-08

Jayapura Teenagers Smoking Behavior

16-08

Are recent attempts to quit smoking associated with reduced drinking in England?

16-07

E-cigarettes, Cigarettes, and the Prevalence of Adolescent Tobacco Use ... and ... More Nonsmoking Teens Inhaling Flavored Nicotine Through Vaping

16-07

Do stronger school smoking policies make a difference? Analysis of the health behaviour in school-aged children survey

16-07

Early-Emerging Nicotine Dependence Has Lasting and Time-Varying Effects on Adolescent Smoking Behavior

16-07

The expected and unexpected media effects on youth’s (mis)perceptions of peer norms: Chinese college students’ overestimation of peer smoking prevalence

16-07

Local spatial clustering in youths’ use of tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana in Boston

16-07

Effects of a settings-based intervention to promote student wellbeing and reduce smoking in vocational schools

16-07

Predicting Tobacco Use across the First Year of College

16-07

College Students' Polytobacco Use, Cigarette Cessation, and Dependence

16-07

The association between passive and active tobacco smoke exposure and child weight status among Spanish children

16-07

Sustainability of Community-Based Youth Smoking Cessation Programs

16-06

Mediating factors of a school-based multi-component smoking prevention intervention

16-06

Social disparities in parental smoking and young children’s exposure to secondhand smoke at home

16-06

Impact of Total Vending Machine Restrictions on U.S. Young Adult Smoking

16-05

The E-cigarette Social Environment, E-cigarette Use, and Susceptibility to Cigarette Smoking

16-05

Daily Smoking and Subjective Health Complaints in Adolescence

16-05

“Skittles & Red Bull is my favourite flavour”: E-cigarettes, smoking, vaping and the changing landscape of nicotine consumption amongst British teenagers – implications for the normalisation debate

16-05

Effects of smoking on central blood pressure and pressure amplification in hypertension of the young

16-05

What Does Having Your Pack in Your Pocket Say About You? Characteristics and Attitude Differences of Youth Carrying Tobacco at a Music Festival

16-05

How are tobacco smokers using e-cigarettes? Patterns of use, reasons for use and places of purchase in New South Wales

16-05

Health, Stigma, and the Burden of Smoking in College

16-05

A Longitudinal Study of Adolescents' Optimistic Bias about Risks and Benefits of Cigarette Smoking

16-05

Impact of Tobacco Control Policies on Adolescent Smoking

16-04

Link between perceived body weight and smoking behavior among adolescents

16-04

Fruit and Vegetable Intake as a Moderator of the Association Between Depressive Symptoms and Cigarette Smoking

16-04

Racial Differences and the Role of Neighborhood in the Sequencing of Marijuana and Tobacco Initiation Among Urban Youth

16-04

Schools as smoke-free zones? Barriers and facilitators to the adoption of outdoor school ground smoking bans at secondary schools

16-03

Not Just Cigarettes: A More Comprehensive Look at Marijuana and Tobacco Use Among African American and White Youth and Young Adults

16-03

Ethnic and Gender Differences in Strategies Used by Adolescents When Attempting to Quit or Reduce Smoking

16-02

Smoking bans have helped cut Scottish childhood smoking uptake by a fifth

16-02

Peer-led interventions to prevent tobacco, alcohol and/or drug use among young people aged 11–21 years

16-02

Fear of fatness and drive for thinness in predicting smoking status in college women

16-02

Assessment of the knowledge and attitudes of preliminary school students toward smoking in Baghdad

16-02

Prevalence, correlates and patterns of waterpipe smoking among secondary school students in southeast London

16-02

Does Effectiveness of Adolescent Smoking-Cessation Intervention Endure Into Young Adulthood?

16-01

Impact of advertisements promoting candy-like flavoured e-cigarettes on appeal of tobacco smoking among children

16-01

Being well-liked predicts increased use of alcohol but not tobacco in early adolescence

16-01

The Impact of Tobacco-Free School Policies on Youth Smoking Rates in Florida Public School Districts

16-01

Menthol tobacco use is correlated with mental health symptoms in a national sample of young adults

16-01

Interventions for prevention and treatment of tobacco smoking in school-aged children and adolescents

16-01

Cigarette smoking may enhance vulnerability for cannabis dependence

16-01

Cigarette smoking susceptibility among youth alternate tobacco product users: implications of flavoured tobacco from a national cross-sectional Canadian sample

15-12

Smoking and drinking are increasingly seen as socially unacceptable among younger teenagers

15-12

Increasing the dose of television advertising in a national antismoking media campaign

15-12

Tobacco retail outlet density and risk of youth smoking in New Zealand.

15-11

Age at smoking initiation and self-rated health among second grade high school boys and girls in Scania, Sweden

15-11

Does deterioration in mental health after smoking cessation predict relapse to smoking?

15-11

School personnel smoking, school-level policies, and adolescent smoking in low- and middle-income countries

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