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07-03

Why the majority of adolescents overestimate peer smoking rate.

07-02

There is little strong evidence that school-based programmes are effective in the long term in preventing uptake of smoking.

07-02

Australian teenagers in lone-parent families were more likely to smoke than those resided in two-parent (couple) families and for young females, the difference in smoking prevalence is striking (25% versus 13%).

07-02

SMOKING...

07-02

There is little strong evidence that school-based programmes are effective in the long term in preventing uptake of smoking.

07-01

'The extent to which tobacco marketing and tobacco use in films

07-01

Smoking cessation among US adolescent smokers is relatively rare.

07-01

Use of Cessation Methods Among Smokers Aged 16--24 Years

06-06

UK 11 year olds who smoked just one cigarette were twice as likely to take up smoking within the next few years as their peers who resisted the urge.

03-01

Prevention of smoking in adolescents with lower education: a school based intervention study

19-05

Physical activity among adolescent tobacco and electronic cigarette users

17-07

Physical Activity and Quit Motivation Moderators of Adolescent Smoking Reduction

17-05

Prospective Analysis of the Influence of Sport and Educational Factors on the Prevalence and Initiation of Smoking in Older Adolescents from Croatia

16-05

Sitting at your desk is as bad as smoking

15-02

Tobacco Use Experimentation, Physical Activity, and Risk of Depression Among Multiethnic Urban Preadolescents

14-06

Formative evaluation of a UK community-based sports intervention to prevent smoking among children and young people: SmokeFree Sports

09-05

Leisure time physical activity motives and smoking in adolescence

11-02

Loosening the link between childhood poverty and adolescent smoking and obesity

10-11

When video games get problematic so do smoking, drug use and aggression

10-03

The attitudes towards and behavior of Greek pupils to nutrition, smoking, stress and physical activity (pdf)

10-01

Early initiation of alcohol drinking, cigarette smoking, and sexual intercourse linked to suicidal ideation and attempts: findings from the 2006 Korean Youth Risk Behavior Survey

09-08

Interrelationships of Exercise, Nutrition and Smoking Behaviors among College Students (pdf)

08-07

US study suggests loosing weight and stopping smoking would boost average life span by 1.3 years

15-10

Smoking Cessation Failure Among Korean Adolescents

15-02

Randomized trial outcomes of a TTM-tailored condom use and smoking intervention in urban adolescent females

14-05

Randomized trial outcomes of a TTM-tailored condom use and smoking intervention in urban adolescent females

14-02

Tobacco and alcohol use in the context of adolescent pregnancy and postpartum: a scoping review of the literature (pdf)

14-01

Tobacco and alcohol use in the context of adolescent pregnancy and postpartum: a scoping review of the literature (pdf)

16-04

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

13-05

Educational inequalities in general and mental health: differential contribution of physical activity, smoking, alcohol consumption and diet

16-11

Environmental exposure and effects on health of children from a tobacco-producing region

15-09

Uncovering risky behaviors of expatriate teenagers in the United Arab Emirates: A survey of tobacco use, nutrition and physical activity habits

13-05

Asthma in Mexican school-age children is not associated with passive smoking or obesity (pdf)

04-12

Literature Review on the Role of External Contributors in School Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Education drama

15-11

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

15-07

No smoke without fire – the link between smoking and mental health

15-02

Tobacco Use Experimentation, Physical Activity, and Risk of Depression Among Multiethnic Urban Preadolescents

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