Texas Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science on Youth & Young Adults

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The Appeal of E-Cigarette Flavors (English/Spanish)

4/13/17 - This infographic describes how sweet and fruity flavors may be enticing younger texans to try e-cigarettes.

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Meagan Bluestein, MPH

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Maria Cooper, PhD

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MeLisa Creamer, PhD

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Nick Garza, MPH

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Melissa Blythe Harrell, PhD

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Steven Kelder, PhD, MPH

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Pablo Martinez

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Marsela Molina

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Cheryl L. Perry, PhD

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Adriana Pérez, PhD

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The Appeal of E-Cigarette Flavors

New data from the Texas TCORS project suggests that flavorings in e-cigarettes, especially sweet ones (e.g., dessert, candy flavors) could be increasing e-cigarette use among youth and young adults. Thumbnail image for UTHealth study finds e-cigarette marketing linked to teen e-cigarette use

UTHealth study finds e-cigarette marketing linked to teen e-cigarette use

Exposure to e-cigarette marketing messages is significantly associated with e-cigarette use among middle school and high school students, according to researchers at UTHealth.
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Risky Business: Kids, E-cigs, Vaping, and New Tobacco Products

Do you know what new tobacco products adolescents are using? Are they harmful? What about the marketing of these products? Is e-cigarrette use amongst teens risky business?