e-cigarettes

School staff perceptions of the nature and consequences of students’ use of e-cigarettes

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Pettigrew, S., Miller, M., Kannan, A., Raj, T. S., Jun, M., & Jones, A. (2022). School staff perceptions of the nature and consequences of students’ use of e‐cigarettes. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health.
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Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the nature and consequences of student vaping in Australian primary and secondary schools by consulting staff working in these settings.

Use of Electronic Cigarettes Among Cannabis-Naive Adolescents and Its Association With Future Cannabis Use

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Sun R, Mendez D, Warner KE. Use of Electronic Cigarettes Among Cannabis-Naive Adolescents and Its Association With Future Cannabis Use. JAMA Netw Open. 2022;5(7):e2223277. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.23277
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Importance  Electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use has been reported to increase the likelihood of future cigarette smoking among adolescents. The prospective association between e-cigarette use and cannabis use has been less clear, especially in recent years.

Assessment of Patterns in e-Cigarette Use Among Adults in the US, 2017-2020

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Boakye E, Osuji N, Erhabor J, et al. Assessment of Patterns in e-Cigarette Use Among Adults in the US, 2017-2020. JAMA Netw Open. 2022;5(7):e2223266. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.23266
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Importance  Updated data on the patterns of e-cigarette use among adults in the US are needed.

Objective  To examine recent patterns in current and daily e-cigarette use among US adults.

Use of e-cigarettes among young people in Great Britain, 2022

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ASH

Summary of key findings

The evolving youth use of e-cigarettes in Britain is monitored using the ASH Smokefree GB survey of 11-18 year olds 2013-2022 (see Appendix 2 for methodology), in the context of changes in tobacco use and the regulation of e-cigarettes (see Appendix 1). We present the results for 11-17 year olds separately from 18 year olds. It is an offence to sell e-cigarettes to children under 18 in the United Kingdom.

Cardiovascular functions and arterial stiffness after JUUL use

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Gernun*, S., Franzen*, K. F., Mallock, N., Benthien, J., Luch, A., Mortensen, K. ... Rabenstein, A. (2022). Cardiovascular functions and arterial stiffness after JUUL use. Tobacco Induced Diseases, 20(April), 34. https://doi.org/10.18332/tid/144317
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Introduction:
The rapid growth in the e-cigarette market after the launch of JUUL e-cigarettes led to much discussion on the potential benefits and risks of pods, JUUL devices, and conventional e-cigarettes compared with combustible cigarettes. Independent data are required to assess the effects of these products on cardiovascular surrogate parameters and cardiovascular risk.

Effectiveness of e-cigarettes as aids for smoking cessation: evidence from the PATH Study cohort, 2017–2019

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Chen R, Pierce JP, Leas EC, et alEffectiveness of e-cigarettes as aids for smoking cessation: evidence from the PATH Study cohort, 2017–2019Tobacco Control Published Online First: 07 February 2022. doi: 10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2021-056901
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Objective To assess the effectiveness of e-cigarettes in smoking cessation in the USA from 2017 to 2019, given the 2017 increase in high nicotine e-cigarette sales.

Trends in use of e-cigarette device types and heated tobacco products from 2016 to 2020 in England

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Tattan-Birch, H., Brown, J., Shahab, L. et al. Trends in use of e-cigarette device types and heated tobacco products from 2016 to 2020 in England. Sci Rep 11, 13203 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-92617-x
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During the past decade, heated aerosolized nicotine delivery systems (HANDS) —mainly e-cigarettes—have surpassed nicotine replacement therapy as the most utilized aids for stopping smoking in England.

Association of genetic liability to smoking initiation with e-cigarette use in young adults: A cohort study

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Khouja JN, Wootton RE, Taylor AE, Davey Smith G, Munafò MR (2021) Association of genetic liability to smoking initiation with e-cigarette use in young adults: A cohort study. PLoS Med 18(3): e1003555.
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Background:

Tobacco smoking and e-cigarette use are strongly associated, but it is currently unclear whether this association is causal, or due to shared factors that influence both behaviours such as a shared genetic liability. The aim of this study was to investigate whether polygenic risk scores (PRS) for smoking initiation are associated with ever use of e-cigarettes.