This study found that young non-smokers are more likely to start smoking and young existing smokers are less likely to quit smoking, when targeted by tobacco marketing.
Prevention Update: Search Result
This study found that non-smokers are more likely to start smoking and existing smokers are less likely to quit smoking, when targeted by tobacco marketing.
Close to 80,000 people from around the globe took part in the biggest online drug survey ever.
This Australian study finds that Australian students report using substances for study purposes at a higher lifetime rate than observed among US or German students.
Here is a review of a study that assessed the current status of systems to prevent alcohol abuse at U.S. colleges
With novel marketing and flavors to appeal to first-time smokers, Big Tobacco seems to be aiming for youth smokers in the developing world
Tobacco companies, which have been banned from targeting children and young people in the US, have moved their marketing tactics to developing countries, according to a new study.
According to national data from 2003 to 2010, half of all children ages 6 to 19, even those with asthma, have been exposed to secondhand smoke.
More than half of all children aged 6-19 have been exposed to second-hand smoke, according to this US analysis of 2003-2010 data for non-smoking children with asthma.
Small cigars flavored to taste like candy or fruit are popular among teens, according to the first government study to gauge their use.