A qualitative assessment of the perceived risks of electronic cigarette and hookah use in pregnancy

@inproceedings{Kahr2015AQA,
  title={A qualitative assessment of the perceived risks of electronic cigarette and hookah use in pregnancy},
  author={Maike K. Kahr and Shannon Padgett and Cindy D. Shope and Emily N. Griffin and Susan S. Xie and Pablo J. Gonz{\'a}lez and Judy E Levison and Joan M. Mastrobattista and Adi R. Abramovici and Thomas F Northrup and Angela L. Stotts and Kjersti Aagaard and Melissa A. Suter},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Studies reveal that electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) and hookah use are increasing among adolescents and young adults. However, the long-term health effects are unknown, especially with regards to pregnancy. Because of the increased use in women of reproductive age, and the unknown long-term health risks, our primary objectives were to determine the perceived risks of e-cigarette and hookah use in pregnancy, and learn common colloquial terms associated with e-cigarettes… CONTINUE READING

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