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Young People's Perspectives of E-cigarette Use in the Home.

Thursday, May 16, 2019  
Posted by: Natalia Gromov
Kirkcaldy A, Fairbrother H, Weiner K, Curtis P.
Young People's Perspectives of E-cigarette Use in the Home.
Health Place. 2019 May 1;57:157-164. doi: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2019.04.005. [Epub ahead of print]
 
There is concern that the emergence of e-cigarettes could result in an increase in young people's intake of, and exposure to, nicotine. This UK study used friendship group interviews to elicit the perspectives of young people from socioeconomically contrasting backgrounds regarding e-cigarettes. Young people from both advantaged and disadvantaged backgrounds described similar e-cigarette practices in the home environment, and, for both health and sensory reasons, viewed these as preferable to tobacco smoking. Space-related practices of adult e-cigarette use in the home were revealed to be more malleable than those of tobacco use. Results also highlighted that e-cigarettes offered young people new opportunities for nicotine consumption in the home. Methods of storing e-cigarettes in domestic spaces posed safety risks to younger children and easy access to e-cigarettes for others.


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