Existing smokers or users of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) report increased use during the initial COVID-19 lockdown.
While past research has found that young smokers are more likely to attempt to quit smoking, findings regarding age and success of quitting is conflicted. This study examines the degree to which smoker age is related to making quit attempts and quit success.
While self-monitoring (SM) has been used in substance use treatment, empirical findings regarding the effectiveness of SM are mixed. This study aims to synthesize through literature the efficacy of SM on substance use.
Current smoking is associated with an increased risk for coronary heart disease (CHD) in a cohort of African-Americans.
Smoking cessation is associated with improvement in mental health symptoms.
The association of indoor tanning with other potentially risky behaviors was investigated.
Vaping cannabis appears to be more harmful than cigarettes and electronic cigarettes.
About 3.4 percent of U.S. workers are current electronic cigarette users, and about half also currently use combustible tobacco products.
Menthol cigarettes have slowed the decline in smoking prevalence in the United States and have been responsible for 10.1 million extra smokers during 1980 to 2018.
For adolescents, the global prevalence of tobacco use is substantial.