Youth Preferences for Roll-Your-Own Versus Factory-Made Cigarettes: Trends and Associations in Repeated National Surveys (2006-2013) and Implications for Policy.

@article{Healey2016YouthPF,
  title={Youth Preferences for Roll-Your-Own Versus Factory-Made Cigarettes: Trends and Associations in Repeated National Surveys (2006-2013) and Implications for Policy.},
  author={Benjamin Healey and Richard Edwards and Janet A Hoek},
  journal={Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco},
  year={2016},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={
          959-65
        }
}
INTRODUCTION We investigated trends in roll-your-own (RYO) and factory-made (FM) cigarette use over time among youth in New Zealand (NZ), a high RYO use country. We also explored factors associated with RYO use. METHODS We analyzed data from an annual survey of NZ students (14-15 years old) from 2006-2013. Smokers were asked whether they usually smoked RYO or FM cigarettes, and provided details of their source of supply. We estimated prevalences and developed a binary logistic regression… CONTINUE READING