Tag: vaping

1. In a cross-sectional study of U.S. high school students, those who used electronic vapor products were more likely than non-users to have engaged in sexual risk behaviors. 2. Findings were similar amongst those who used electronic vapor products occasionally, frequently, and daily. Evidence Rating Level: 2 (Good) Study Rundown: Although previous...
1. Adolescents with e-cigarette, or vaping, product use–associated lung injury (EVALI) were more likely to report informal sources for obtaining nicotine- and THC-containing products than young adults and adults. 2. EVALI adolescents were more likely than young adults and adults to report a history of ADHD, asthma, and gastrointestinal issues. Evidence...
Epidemiology, Clinical Course, and Outcomes of Critically Ill Adults With COVID-19 In New York City: A Prospective Cohort Study 1. COVID-19-positive adults were commonly found to have at least one comorbid condition, including hypertension and diabetes. 2. In-hospital mortality was independently associated with older age, chronic cardiac and pulmonary diseases, and...
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...
1. In national data from undercover compliance checks of tobacco sale laws, approximately 80% of stores requested identification from minors, but sales after identification requests constituted nearly one-quarter of all violations. 2. Identification request rates were lower, and violations were higher during vaping product purchase attempts than during cigarette purchase...
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...
1. Study findings suggest that use of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)-containing products and vitamin E acetate to be associated with outbreak of use-associated lung injury in California Evidence Level: 3 (Average) Despite e-cigarette, or vaping usage increasing in popularity in North America in the past decade, the contents of the products remain largely...
Severe Lung Injury Associated With Use of e-Cigarette, or Vaping, Products - California, 2019 1. Study findings suggest that use of THC-containing products and vitamin E acetate to be associated with outbreak of use-associated lung injury in California Evidence Level: 3 (Average): Despite e-cigarette, or vaping usage increasing in popularity in North...
1. In a cross-sectional study using national survey data from 2011 to 2018, there was a significant negative trend in smoking frequency and amount (cigarettes per day) among adolescent cigarette users. 2. While the age at first cigarette use increased slightly, the frequency of e-cigarette use also increased among adolescent...
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, as well as neurodevelopment during critical stages, are well-known....