Workplace Strategies Are Needed to Protect Youth Across the Globe from Starting to Smoke

Published in: Journal of Adolescent Health, v. 51, no. 3, Sep. 2012, Editorial, p. 205-206

Posted on RAND.org on September 01, 2012

by Rajeev Ramchand

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Tobacco use among young people is increasing globally. There is a strong association between adolescents' beginning to work and their beginning to smoke. Thus the workplace may be an appropriate venue for antismoking interventions targeting youth.

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