A new Truth Initiative study found that young people 15-21 who use e-cigarettes or ever used JUUL have over 3x higher odds of initiating use of cigars, little cigars, or cigarillos (CLCCs), compared to those who never vaped. These findings are the latest in a line of reports showing a significant association between vaping and the use of other tobacco products among young people.
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National Indian Health Board: National Tribal Health Conference | LEARN MORE AND REGISTER
Indigenous Cancer Prevention Webinar Series: Salish Cancer Center of The Puyallup Tribe of Indians | LEARN MORE
Breast Cancer Awareness Month | LEARN MORE
Part 3: Lung Cancer Disparities: Addressing Gaps and Opportunities to Improve Health Outcomes and Health Equity Among Low-Income Populations | LEARN MORE AND REGISTER
Cancer Prevention in Indigenous Communities: Screening to Follow Up | LEARN MORE AND REGISTER
Native American Heritage Month | LEARN MORE