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10-03

Using Drama to Prevent Teen Smoking: Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of Crossroads in Hawai`i

10-03

A call for smoking to be banned in all vehicles, parks and play areas

10-03

An integrated framework for the analysis of adolescent cigarette smoking in middle school Latino youth

10-03

Does the 'Healthy Immigrant Effect' Extend to Smoking in Immigrant Children?

10-03

Media campaign effectiveness in promoting a smoking-cessation program

10-03

School-based interventions to prevent smoking: slide set

10-03

Exposure to smoking in movies

10-03

Parental communication appears not to be an effective strategy to reduce smoking in a sample of Dutch adolescents

10-03

Predicting the life-time benefit of school-based smoking prevention programmes

10-03

Consumer and health literacy: The need to better design tobacco-cessation product packaging, labels, and inserts

10-03

Smoking prevents Alzheimer's? It depends who you ask

10-02

'Third-hand smoke' that lingers on things such as clothes and furnishings can be dangerous

10-02

Household environmental tobacco smoke and risks of asthma, wheeze and bronchitic symptoms among children in Taiwan

10-02

Emotional, behavioural problems and cigarette smoking in Greek adolescents

10-01

Blogging as 'therapy'? Exploring personal technologies for smoking cessation

10-01

Intentions to quit smoking among youth in substance abuse treatment

10-01

Key points in preventing tobacco use among adolescents

10-01

Smoking and ageing

10-01

Cracking down on youth tobacco may influence drug use

10-01

Identifying patterns in partnership with students who want to quit smoking

10-01

How do young people from different countries compare on drink, tobacco and cannabis?

10-01

Smoking and drinking among college students: 'It's a package deal'

09-12

Strong 'skunk' and psychosis

09-12

Density of tobacco retailers near U.S. schools: effects on tobacco use among students

09-12

Youth smoking status: perceptions versus measurements

09-12

Social-cognitive beliefs, alcohol, and tobacco use: a prospective community study of change following a ban on smoking in public places

09-12

Smoking and Young People - research in 2009 (via ASH Scotland)

09-11

An ecological system approach to adolescent smoking behavior

09-11

Adolescents' perceptions of smoking and stress reduction

09-11

Debunking the claim that abstinence is usually healthier for smokers than switching to a low-risk alternative, and other observations about anti-tobacco-harm-reduction arguments

09-11

If parents establish a no-smoking agreement with their offspring, does this prevent adolescents from smoking? Findings from three Dutch studies

09-11

'Smoking among Dutch elementary schoolchildren: gender-specific predictors'

09-11

Associations between smoking and extreme dieting among U.S. adolescents

09-11

Contribution of parental and school personnel smoking to health risk behaviours among Finnish adolescents

09-10

The influence of tobacco marketing on adolescent smoking intentions via normative beliefs

09-10

How does exposure to cigarette advertising contribute to smoking in adolescents? The role of the developing self-concept and identification with advertising models

09-10

Associations between smoking and media literacy in U.S. college students

09-10

U.S. teenage smoking-cessation trial is the first to achieve significant increase in prolonged quit rates

09-10

Race/ethnicity, socioeconomic factors, and smoking among early adolescent girls in the U.S.

09-09

School-based interventions to prevent smoking: consultation on the draft guidance

09-09

Young adult smoking behavior: Implications for future population health

09-09

Use of smokeless tobacco and risk of myocardial infarction and stroke

09-09

Youth smoking status: perceptions versus measurements

09-08

Exposure to tobacco on the Internet: Content analysis of adolescents' Internet use

09-08

The effect of maternal smoking during pregnancy on intellectual disabilities among 8-year-old children

09-08

Adult versus adolescent onset of smoking: how are mood disorders and other risk factors involved?

09-08

The soundtrack of substance use: music preference and adolescent smoking and drinking.

09-07

Introducing a successful peer-led smoking cessation programme into Tower Hamlets schools

09-07

The association between smoking onset and exposure to movie smoking according to character type.

09-07

Smoking, culture and working class young people: why is it still cool to smoke?

09-07

Act on Smoking' -- an innovative preventative tool for young people

09-07

Early initiation of tobacco use in adolescent girls: key sociostructural influences

09-07

Young people and smoking -- evidence on what works in prevention and cessation

09-06

Mothers, smoking during pregnancy and through their childs early childhood, could cause their children to smoke as adults

09-06

Can smoking ever be made safe?

09-06

Despite the efforts of college students to quit smoking, recent research suggests that an extended trial and error period is necessary

09-06

Popular television shows such as The Simpsons promote tobacco use simply by showing it in so many episodes.

09-06

Parents' early and late smoking cessation as predictors of their young adult children's smoking cessation.

09-06

Alcohol and smoking are key causes for bowel cancer

09-05

Factors that influenced smoking behaviours among male adolescents in Kuantan District, Malaysia

09-04

The number of Cumbrian schoolchildren who take up smoking has fallen

09-04

Parents can help their teenagers to never start smoking

09-03

Second hand smoke could cause dementia

09-03

Adolescent smoking in Sweden has decreased and the proportion who never tried smoking has increased

09-03

Age of smoking initiation and risk of breast cancer in a sample of Ontario women

09-02

Global Youth Tobacco Survey in Panama

09-02

Teenage children worry about their parents' future due to the harmful health effects of smoking

09-02

Tobacco marketing continues to have a large impact on U.S. youth

09-01

Linda Robson's smoking diary

09-01

Swedish girls are starting to smoke at younger ages than their counterparts in other countries

08-12

Smoke Rings (from Tacade) is an interesting, interactive and fun way for children (aged 9+) to learn about smoking issues.'

08-12

The Liverpool Longitudinal Study on Smoking : Experiences, beliefs and behaviour of adolescents in Secondary School 2002-2006

08-12

U.S. programme credited with cutting underage drinking and tobacco use

08-11

Exposure to smoking in films appears associated with smoking among Mexican adolescents

08-10

Genes may determine which smoking cessation treatment works best

08-07

Are mass media interventions effective in preventing the uptake of smoking in children and young people?

08-07

Toward a Global View of Alcohol, Tobacco, Cannabis, and Cocaine Use: Findings from the WHO World Mental Health Surveys

08-07

Dutch law will allow cafe customers to light up tobacco-free pure cannabis joints but ban tobacco and cannabis joints

08-07

Drug Use, Smoking and Drinking among young people in England 2007

08-05

A US study suggests that restaurant smoking bans may play a big role in persuading teenagers not to become smokers

08-05

German youths are turning away from tobacco and cannabis but there's been an "alarming" rise in binge-drinking

08-05

East Sussex Youth Cabinet launches smoking campaign

08-04

Preventing the uptake of smoking by children: consultation on the draft guidance

08-03

...very soon after that first cigarette, adolescents can experience a loss of autonomy over tobacco

08-03

Smoking cessation rates are still lower among those aged 20 or under

08-03

Step-parents influence teenage smoking behaviour

08-02

Smoking and relationships: Both adolescent boys and adolescent girls with both-sex attractions or relationships were significantly more likely than those with opposite-sex attractions or relationships to be current smokers.

08-02

Global Youth Tobacco Survey, 2000-2007

08-02

Smoking - Take the addiction test and calculate how much you will save when you give up

08-01

Smoking linked to hearing problems

08-01

Young US Adults More Likely To Quit Smoking Successfully

07-11

Teenagers: smoking, alcohol, other drug addiction and mental illness

07-10

Some anti-smoking ads in the US are simply ineffective, while others actually make young people more likely to light up.

07-10

Teenagers, passive smoking and academic results: Exposure to secondhand smoke at home decreased the odds of passing standardized achievement tests by 30% in 16- and 18-year-olds.

07-09

Australian teenagers ignore smoking health warnings: It is not illegal for teenagers to smoke, and new figures show that almost 42,000 Victorian students aged from 12-17 puff their way through more than one million cigarettes a week.

07-06

African American children suffer from higher rates of tobacco-related disorders, such as asthma...'

07-06

Fewer children in Scotland are smoking, drinking and using drugs, according to a new report

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%).

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