Adverse Outcomes Associated with E-cigarette Device Type Among Youth and Young Adults: A Pooled Analysis Across 3 Tobacco Centers of Regulatory Science

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Aim 1: To evaluate the association of e-cigarette device type with symptoms of nicotine dependence using combined cross-sectional data from all three centers.

Aim 2: To evaluate the association of e-cigarette device type with progression to more frequent e-cigarette use and with initiation of other tobacco product use (including dual/polytobacco product use) using combined prospective data.

Aim 3: To evaluate the association of e-cigarette device type (vape pen vs. mod vs. JUUL or other pod products) with adverse respiratory health symptoms (e.g., symptoms of asthma or bronchitis) using combined cross-sectional data.

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