Patterns of cigarillo use among Canadian young adults in two urban settings
OBJECTIVES: Current estimates indicate that cigarillo use has become commonplace among young adults in Canada despite the established risks to health. However, little else is known about patterns of cigarillo use in this subpopulation. The intent of this research was to examine the patterns, attitud...
|Published in:||Canadian Journal of Public Health : A Publication of The Canadian Public Health Association, Vol. 105, No. 1 (2014), p. e11-e14|
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|Item Description:||Acknowledgements of sources of support (funding and otherwise): This work was supported by a Policy Grant from the Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative (20633). It was undertaken by the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit which received funding from the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion and Sport. The authors thank Murray Kaiserman, Fred Ashbury, Shawn O’Connor and Anne Philipneri for contributing to the development and design of this research. Conflict of Interest: None to declare.|
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Canadian Journal of Public Health : A Publication of The Canadian Public Health Association, Vol. 105, No. 1 (2014), p. e11-e14