Patterns of Global Tobacco Use in Young People and Implications for Future Chronic Disease Burden in Adults

@inproceedings{Simons2007PatternsOG,
  title={Patterns of Global Tobacco Use in Young People and Implications for Future Chronic Disease Burden in Adults},
  author={Elinor Simons},
  year={2007}
}
Warren CW, Jones NR, Eriksen MP, Asma S; Global Tobacco Surveillance System (GTSS) Collaborative Group. Lancet . 2006;367:749–753 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY. The Global Youth Tobacco Survey assessed current tobacco use and exposure among young teenagers and evaluated susceptibility to starting smoking among nonsmokers. STUDY POPULATION. Students aged 13 to 15 years ( N = 747 603) at 395 sites in 131 countries and the Gaza Strip and West Bank. METHODS. Students completed questionnaires to assess… CONTINUE READING

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