Subject: Preferences | Research Article | Vapor | RA1-1270 | Baltimore | Public aspects of medicine | Maryland | Electronic cigarettes | Survey | Smokers
mesheuropmc: behavior and behavior mechanisms | respiratory tract diseases
Abstract Background The use of electronic cigarettes (EC) has risen exponentially over the past decade, including among never smokers, and ECs are now the most popular tobacco product among teenagers in the US. While, EC manufacturers utilize numerous marketing strategi... View more
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