Awareness of e-cigarettes and correlation of use among high school students
The purpose of this study was to assess awareness of e-cigarettes, to identify the factors associated with initial and continuing use of e-cigarettes, and to explore the reasons to use e-cigarettes among high school students. Three high schools in Colorado participated in the study. High school students (n = 251) who were enrolled in health classes were surveyed in the fall semester of 2015. The majority of students were sophomores (59%), followed by freshmen (28%), juniors (8%), and seniors (3%). A majority of students reported never using e-cigarettes (81%) and a few students reported using ...
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Makela, Carole J.; Kennedy, Catherine
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