Tag: e-cigarettes

1. Among those surveyed, individuals who reported using modifiable e-cigarettes, known as “mods,” smoked more than 6 times as many cigarettes at follow up than those who endorsed the use of non-modifiable vaping “pens.” 2. Recent e-cigarette users smoked more than 5 times as many cigarettes at follow-up as those...
Electronic Cigarette and JUUL Use Among Adolescents and Young Adults 1. The use of electronic cigarettes is highly prevalent among adolescents and young adults through the advent of JUUL, which has unique implications for this young and susceptible age group. Evidence Rating Level: 1 (Excellent) Adverse effects of nicotine on overall health,...
1. Youth and young adults who had never used tobacco were surveyed on exposure to electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) marketing and electronic nicotine delivery system use twice over 1-2 years. The majority of respondents reported past-30-day marketing exposure. 2. Youth exposed to e-cigarette marketing had significantly increased odds of having experimented...
1. High rates of externalizing mental health problems among adolescents were strongly associated with initiation of e-cigarette use, combustible cigarette use, and dual use at one year-follow up. 2. Internalizing problems were associated with initiation of e-cigarette use, but not with combustible cigarette use or dual use. Evidence Rating Level: 1...
1. At 1 year, patients assigned to e-cigarettes for use in smoking cessation had a higher rate of smoking abstinence compared to those randomized to a nicotine-replacement group when accompanied by behavioral support. 2. Cough and phlegm production decreased from baseline to 1 year to a greater degree in the...
1. Adults within the LBGTQ community more likely to use e-cigarettes. 2. Participants with chronic health conditions and current combustible cigarette smokers also had higher rates of e-cigarette use. Evidence Rating Level: 2 (Good) Study Rundown: As e-cigarette use increases, it is important for the medical community to investigate its potential health...
1. In a study of hospitalized smokers who planned to quit smoking post-discharge, users of e-cigarettes were not as likely as nonusers to refrain from using tobacco at 6 months. 2. However, e-cigarette use in the study population was irregular; further research is necessary to study whether regular e-cigarette use...
1. In this study of self-reported habits of teenagers, use of e-cigarettes with greater nicotine concentration was associated with incremental increase in odds of cigarette smoking and vaping. Evidence Rating Level: 2 (Good) Study Rundown: The introduction of e-cigarettes has been met with concerns that the use of such products may...
1. In this meta-analysis of available studies about youths’ use of e-cigarettes was associated with increased risk of initiation for cigarette smoking and past 30-day history of smoking. 2. Risk of smoking linked to e-cigarette use remained an independent risk factor when accounting for known confounders; but there existed a...
1. In a nationally representative study of in-school youth, use of flavored e-cigarettes was associated with higher odds of intention to start cigarette smoking among never-smoking youth, and lower odds of intending to quit among current-smoking youth, compared to those who did not use e-cigarettes in the past month. 2....