40% of high school cigarillo users in Connecticut combine it with marijuana, new study in Tobacco Regulatory Science

A study recently published in Tobacco Regulatory Science found that 40% of high school cigarillo users in Connecticut combine it with marijuana to create a ‘blunt’, and the primary reasons high school students there used cigarillos at all is curiosity, appealing flavors of the cigarillo, because friends use them and low cost.  This research has implications for regulation of tobacco by the FDA.

http://www.ingentaconnect.com/contentone/trsg/trs/2017/00000003/A00102s1/art00006

 

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