Stephanie L Clendennen

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PURPOSE E-cigarettes are currently the most commonly used tobacco product among US youth. However, unlike conventional cigarettes, e-cigarettes are not subject to marketing restrictions. This study investigates the association between exposure to e-cigarette marketing and susceptibility and use of e-cigarettes in youth. METHODS Data were obtained from the(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine associations between current multiple tobacco product use, and current use of alcohol and marijuana, binge drinking, and lifetime use of marijuana, alcohol, and other drugs among US high school students. METHODS Using 2013 Youth Risk Behavior Survey data (N = 13,583 high school students), logistic regression analyses were conducted(More)
BACKGROUND This study investigates the association between exposure to tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship (TAPS) and cigarette use behaviours among adolescents in five Nigerian regions. This is imperative given a 2015 WHO report on the global tobacco epidemic, revealing Nigeria has not met any of the MPOWER TAPS ban indicators instituted since(More)
OBJECTIVE Compare risk factors of hospital readmission between 30-, 60- and 90-day readmission groups in a low socioeconomic population. METHODS Secondary data obtained from the Epic Systems database management system for patients who experienced a 30-, 60- or 90-day hospital readmission between 2006 and 2013. Risk factors analyzed included sex,(More)
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