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UNITED STATES HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT REPORT TOBACCO USAGE IN 2019: 11% E-CIGARETTE & 6% TRADITIONAL SMOKE

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UNITED STATES HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT REPORT TOBACCO USAGE IN 2019: 11% E-CIGARETTE & 6% TRADITIONAL SMOKE

On August 22, according to foreign news reports, the latest Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on August 20 showed that in 2019, nearly 11% of American high school students regularly use e-cigarettes.YRSB defines "frequent" use as the consumption of an e-cigarette product at least 20 days out of the 30 days before the survey. It also distinguishes between past use and current use (at least one day in the 30 days before the survey).YRBS found that 32.7% of high school students were current e-cigarette users in 2019, up from 24.1% in 2015....

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JUUL WILL QUIT FROM GERMANY END OF THIS YEAR!

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JUUL WILL QUIT FROM GERMANY END OF THIS YEAR!

According to news on October 20th, according to a report by a spokesperson of the Hamburg company, Juul Labs will be withdrawn from Germany at the end of this year.The company said it needs to set priorities to achieve long-term success. It said that in this way, people can invest in R&D and future products in core markets.German consumers will be able to buy Juul products until the stock runs out.After the wave of layoffs, Juul's subsidiary in Germany has only about a dozen employees left, and these employees have now also been laid off.Juul has left Austria this summer...

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MORE AND MORE SMOKERS TURNED INTO E-CIGARETTE IN NEW ZEALAND!

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MORE AND MORE SMOKERS TURNED INTO E-CIGARETTE IN NEW ZEALAND!

A study by the University of Otago in Wellington found that smokers are increasingly using e-cigarettes to quit smoking. The lead author of this study, Professor Richard Edwards from the University’s Department of Public Health, found that e-cigarette use is the most common among people aged 18-24 and those who have recently quit smoking. Research also shows that between 2016 and 2018, the level of awareness and use of e-cigarettes among smokers and recent quitters has increased.   As part of the New Zealand branch of the International Tobacco Control Policy Review (ITC) project, the study included surveys of 1,155...

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