Youth Tobacco Product Use in the United States

Examines youth tobacco product use in the US based on the 2012 National Youth Tobacco Survey. The study looks at individual use of products, dual use, and gender differences. Conclusions indicate that more than twice as many youth in the United States currently use 2 or more tobacco products that cigarettes alone and continued monitoring of tobacco use is warranted due to potential harms associated with these patterns.

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