Parents less aware when their kids vape than when they smoke

The study, which tracked more than 23,000 participants aged 12 to 17 years old, found that parents or guardians were substantially less likely to report knowing or suspecting that their child had used tobacco if the child used only e-cigarettes, non-cigarette combustible products or smokeless tobacco, compared to smoking cigarettes or using multiple tobacco products. … Read more

Second-hand marijuana smoke exposure associated with respiratory infections in children

Journal Reference: Adam B. Johnson, George S. Wang, Karen Wilson, David M. Cline, Timothy E. Craven, Sarah Slaven, Vidya Raghavan, Rakesh D. Mistry. Association between secondhand marijuana smoke and respiratory infections in children. Pediatric Research, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41390-021-01641-0 Researchers from Wake Forest School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital Colorado, USA surveyed 1,491 parents and caregivers … Read more

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