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Alternative tobacco product use and smoking cessation: a national study.
Alternative tobacco products are attractive to smokers who want to quit smoking, but these data did not indicate that alternative tobacco products promote cessation.
Perceptions of relative risk of snus and cigarettes among US smokers.
In a survey of 1836 adult US smokers, when using a direct comparison measure, 22.1% reported snus was less harmful than were cigarettes, while 51.6% rated snus as less risky.
Perceived harms and benefits of tobacco, marijuana, and electronic vaporizers among young adults in Colorado: implications for health education and research
Among young adults in Colorado, USA, perceived harms and benefits of tobacco and marijuana include multiple dimensions, such as the potency of nicotine and cannabis concentrates and harmful chemicals present in the organic material of Tobacco and marijuana.
A longitudinal analysis of electronic cigarette use and smoking cessation.
A longitudinal analysis of a national sample of current US smokers to determine whether e-cigarettes use predicted successful quitting, or reduced cigarette consumption, found that e-cigarette users were less likely to have quit at 7 months than non-users.
Awareness and use of heated tobacco products among US adults, 2016–2017
Awareness and use of HTP in the USA are increasing and these products are more familiar to men and younger adults and may be being used disproportionately by racial/ethnic minorities.
Nonsmokers’ responses to new warning labels on smokeless tobacco and electronic cigarettes: an experimental study
Regulatory agencies should not allow “lower risk” warning labels, which have similar effects to the “FDA Approved” label, and should consider implementing graphic warning labels for smokeless tobacco products and e-cigarettes.
Affect, risk perception, and the use of cigarettes and e-cigarettes: a population study of U.S. adults
In developing models explaining tobacco use behavior, or in creating public communication campaigns aimed at curbing tobacco use, it is useful to focus not only on the reason based predictors, such as perceptions of risks and benefits, but also on affective predictors.
Effects of Large Cigarette Warning Labels on Smokers' Expected Longevity.
Large text or pictorial warnings on cigarette packs might help smokers develop a more accurate understanding of the effects of smoking on their longevity.
Heated tobacco products likely appeal to adolescents and young adults
Information from PMI’s own data and available evidence from scientific studies conducted independent of the tobacco industry regarding how novel tobacco products are currently being marketed suggest that introduction of IQOS will result in adolescent and young adult non-users initiating tobacco use with IQOS and could also increase poly-use ofIQOS along with other tobacco products.
Warning Labels on Sugar-sweetened Beverages: An Eye Tracking Approach.
- Lucy Popova, J. Nonnemaker, Nathaniel Taylor, B. Bradfield, Annice E Kim
- MedicineAmerican journal of health behavior
- 1 March 2019
Although there were few statistically significant differences between the conditions on most measures of product appeal or risk perception, warnings increased some perceived risks of SSBs indicating that warning labels on SSBs might be a promising strategy in informing consumers, particularly young adults, about risks of added sugars.