Differential Trends in Hookah Use Among New Jersey Youth.

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Summary of "Differential Trends in Hookah Use Among New Jersey Youth."

Use of 2 or more types of tobacco products is common among youth and young adults, highlighting the need for monitoring and intervention activities to encompass products beyond combustible cigarettes. This study documented patterns and trends of ever, current, and frequent hookah use among high school students in New Jersey by other tobacco product use status.


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Name: Preventing chronic disease
ISSN: 1545-1151
Pages: E138


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