The Relationship Between Use of Flavored Tobacco Products and Quit Attempts: Findings from a Survey of U.S. Adult Tobacco Users
This poster was presented at the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) Annual Meeting by Danielle Smith on March 3, 2016, in Chicago, Illinois. The study examined associations between first use and current use of flavored tobacco products as well as associations between current flavored tobacco use and quit behaviors.
Topics: Tobacco use / Prevalence and consumption / Tax levels and structure / Tobacco taxes revenues / Health consequences / Impact on demand / Economic impact of tobacco control / Health care costs / Tax and price / Economic consequences
Topics: Cost-effectiveness / Tobacco use / Prevalence and consumption / Health consequences / Tobacco taxes revenues / Impact on demand / Health care costs / Tax avoidance and evasion / Economic impact of tobacco control / Economic consequences / Impact on the poor / Tax and price / Tobacco control policies and programs / Jobs and productivity
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