Electronic Cigarette Use in US Households With Children: The "New" Secondhand Smoke.
Asthma Diagnosis; Asthma Diagnosis; Home Environment; Electronic Cigarettes Utilization; Aerosols; Passive Smoking Risk Factors; Passive Smoking Risk Factors; Human; United States; Nicotine; Health Personnel; Prevalence; Health Status; Surveys; Institutional Review; Confidence Intervals; Metals, Heavy; Risk Assessment; Health Behavior; Child, Preschool; Child; Adolescence; Child, Preschool: 2-5 years; Child: 6-12 years; Adolescent: 13-18 years
This study explores the prevalence of electronic cigarette use among US adults in households with children.
Carwile, Jenny L.; Fleisch, Abby F.; Young, Kirsten; and Ahrens, Katherine A., "Electronic Cigarette Use in US Households With Children: The "New" Secondhand Smoke." (2019). Maine Medical Center. 1097.