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14-10

Out of Sight and Out of Mind? Evaluating the Impact of Point-of-Sale Tobacco Display Bans on Smoking-Related Beliefs and Behaviors in a Sample of Australian Adolescents and Young Adults

14-10

Age at Smoking Initiation and Subsequent Smoking Among Korean Adolescent Smokers

14-10

Determinants of cigarette smoking initiation in Jordanian schoolchildren

14-09

The anthropometry of children and adolescents may be influenced by the prenatal smoking habits of their grandmothers

14-09

Factors affecting smoking and predictors of academic achievement among primary school children in Jordan

14-09

The Influence of Physical Activity on Cigarette Smoking Among Adolescents

14-08

Intentions to Smoke Cigarettes Among Never-Smoking U.S. Middle and High School Electronic Cigarette Users

14-08

Standardised packaging of tobacco products can save lives and boost local economies

14-08

Alternate Tobacco Product and Drug Use Among Adolescents Who Use Electronic Cigarettes, Cigarettes Only, and Never Smokers

14-08

Parental Smoking Status, Stress, Anxiety, and Depression Are Associated With Susceptibility to Smoking Among Nonsmoker School Adolescents in Malaysia

14-08

Smoking, Physical Activity, and Eating Habits Among Adolescents

14-08

The Influences of Health Beliefs and Identity on Adolescent Marijuana and Tobacco Co-Use

14-08

Dental fear, tobacco use and alcohol use among university students in Finland

14-08

Efficacy of interventions to combat tobacco addiction: Cochrane update of 2013 reviews

14-08

Smoking initiation among Israeli adolescents: A 24-year time-to-event analysis

14-08

Associations of cannabis and tobacco use with depression at age 18: findings from the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children

14-07

'Plain' packaging not a boost to illegal tobacco use, study suggests

14-07

Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use Among Young People in England - 2013

14-07

Are experimental smokers different from their never-smoking classmates? A multilevel analysis of Canadian youth in grades 9 to 12

14-07

Widening educational inequalities in adolescent smoking following national tobacco control policies in the Netherlands in 2003

14-07

Influence of Perceived Parent and Peer Endorsement on Adolescent Smoking Intentions: Parents Have More Say, But Their Influence Wanes as Kids Get Older

14-07

Trajectories of Cigarette Smoking From Adolescence to Adulthood as Predictors of Unemployment Status in the Early 40s

14-07

Tobacco Use Among Youths — Argentina, 2007 and 2012

14-07

The Effect of Exposure to Pro-Tobacco Advertising on Experimentation With Emerging Tobacco Products Among U.S. Adolescents

14-07

Independent and joint effects of prenatal maternal smoking and maternal exposure to second-hand smoke on the development of adolescent obesity

14-07

The Influences of Health Beliefs and Identity on Adolescent Marijuana and Tobacco Co-Use

14-07

Family income trajectory during childhood is associated with adolescent cigarette smoking and alcohol use

14-07

Smoking in cars in England: a study of school students in an English city

14-07

Increased knowledge of the effects of smoking and second-hand smoke encourages smoke-free homes

14-06

How does parental smoking affect nasal mucociliary clearance in children?

14-06

Family income trajectory during childhood is associated with adolescent cigarette smoking and alcohol use

14-06

Addressing passive smoking in children

14-05

Awareness and determinants of electronic cigarette use among Finnish adolescents in 2013

14-05

Design of a school-based randomized trial to reduce smoking among 13 to 15-year olds, the X:IT study

14-05

The association of media exposure and media literacy with adolescent alcohol and tobacco use

14-05

Assessment of health impacts of decreased smoking prevalence in Copenhagen

14-05

Steps in Tailoring a Text Messaging–Based Smoking Cessation Program for Young Adults

14-05

Does smoking within an individual's peer group affect intervention effectiveness? An evaluation of the Smoke-Free Class Competition among Swiss adolescents.

14-05

Tobacco Use and Smoking Intentions Among U.S. Fifth-Grade Students

14-04

Smoking on School Property as a Risk Factor for Substance Use Among Adolescent Smokers

14-04

‘Passed and cleared’ – Former tobacco smokers’ experience in quitting smoking (pdf)

14-04

Smoking, plain packaging, and public health (pdf)

14-04

Persistence of socioeconomic differences in adolescents’ environmental tobacco smoke exposure in Finland

14-04

Effect of tobacco smoke exposure during pregnancy and preschool age on growth from birth to adolescence

14-04

NZ youth tobacco access: trends and policy implications

14-04

Smoking, plain packaging, and public health (pdf)

14-04

Persistence of socioeconomic differences in adolescents’ environmental tobacco smoke exposure in Finland

14-04

Electronic Cigarettes and Conventional Cigarette Use Among US Adolescents

14-04

Standardised packaging of tobacco: Report of the independent review Sir Cyril Chantler

14-03

Do Email and Mobile Phone Prompts Stimulate Primary School Children to Reuse an Internet-Delivered Smoking Prevention Intervention? (pdf)

14-03

Exposure to parental smoking in childhood or adolescence is associated with increased carotid intima-media thickness in young adults

14-03

Parental smoking 'ages' children’s arteries

14-03

Home Smoking Bans May Increase the Risk of Smoking Onset in Children When Both Parents Smoke

14-03

Children's resistance to parents' smoking in the home and car

14-02

Are e-cigarettes a safer alternative to smoking ?

14-02

Smoking intention among Chinese youth and implications for health interventions

14-02

Smoking and Membership in a Fraternity or Sorority: A Systematic Review of the Literature

14-02

Smoking and Membership in a Fraternity or Sorority: A Systematic Review of the Literature

14-02

Correlates of smokeless tobacco use among first year college students

14-02

The relationship between weight and smoking in a national sample of adolescents: Role of gender

14-02

Impact of smokeless tobacco packaging on perceptions and beliefs among youth, young adults, and adults in the U.S.

14-01

Is alcohol mixed with energy drinks consumption associated with susceptibility to smoking?

14-01

Adolescent Internet use and its relationship to cigarette smoking and alcohol use

14-01

Predictors and Patterns of Cigarette and Smokeless Tobacco Use Among Adolescents in 32 Countries

14-01

Does one cigarette make an adolescent smoker, and is it influenced by age and age of smoking initiation?

14-01

Worldwide Never-Smoking Youth Susceptibility to Smoking

14-01

Impact of smokeless tobacco packaging on perceptions and beliefs among youth, young adults, and adults in the U.S.)

14-01

Persistence of socioeconomic differences in adolescents’ environmental tobacco smoke exposure in Finland

14-01

The Influence of Prices on Youth Tobacco Use in India

14-01

Authoritative Parenting and Cigarette Smoking among Multiethnic Preadolescents: The Mediating Role of Anti-Tobacco Parenting Strategies

14-01

Beliefs Associated With Intention to Ban Smoking in Households With Smokers

14-01

Levels of Nicotine in Dust From Homes of Smokeless Tobacco Users

14-01

Passive smoking increases children's pain during medical procedures

13-12

The effectiveness of mass media campaigns in reducing smoking in England (pdf)

13-11

New York raising age to buy cigarettes from 18 to 21

13-11

Increased exposure to anti-tobacco media messages and a decrease in adolescent tobacco users

13-11

Trends in educational differences in adolescent daily smoking across Europe, 2002–10

13-11

The hazards of new media: Youth’s exposure to tobacco ads/promotions

13-11

A Randomized Clinical Trial of the Efficacy of Extended Smoking Cessation Treatment for Adolescent Smokers

13-11

How soon they forget: changes to beliefs after learning about tobacco

13-11

Concurrent use of khat and tobacco is associated with verbal learning and delayed recall deficits

13-10

Cigarette Smoking Among Asian American and Pacific Islander College Students Implications for College Health Promotion (pdf)

13-10

Environmental Influences on Tobacco Use Among Asian American and Pacific Islander Youth (pdf)

13-10

Statistics on Smoking, England - 2013

13-10

Performance of English stop smoking services in first 10 years

13-10

Predictors and Patterns of Cigarette and Smokeless Tobacco Use Among Adolescents in 32 Countries, 2007–2011

13-10

Cigarette pack design and adolescent smoking susceptibility: a cross-sectional survey (pdf)

13-10

Attitudes towards SMS text message smoking cessation support: a qualitative study of pregnant smokers

13-10

Peer Influences: The Impact of Online and Offline Friendship Networks on Adolescent Smoking and Alcohol Use

13-10

School-based programmes for preventing smoking (pdf)

13-09

Statistics on Smoking, England - 2013

13-09

The Influence of Prices on Youth Tobacco Use in India

13-09

Tobacco cessation interventions for young people (pdf)

13-09

Social Norms Intervention to Prevent Smoking: A Feasibility Study

13-07

Young people bought/tried electronic cigarettes?

13-07

German Medical Students’ Beliefs About the Effectiveness of Different Methods of Stopping Smoking

13-07

The Waterpipe: A New Way of Hooking Youth on Tobacco

13-07

How does rate of smoking cessation vary by age, gender and social grade? Findings from a population survey in England

13-07

Community interventions for preventing smoking in young people (pdf)

13-07

Mass media interventions for smoking cessation in adults (pdf)

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