Exposure to Secondhand Smoke and Secondhand E-Cigarette Aerosol Among Middle and High School Students
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 16 — April 4, 2019
Frequency of self-reported exposure to secondhand smoke and secondhand aerosol from e-cigarettes in public during the past 30 days among US middle and high school students reporting any exposure, National Youth Tobacco Survey, 2017. Left: The frequency of secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure is calculated among respondents who reported being exposed to SHS (unweighted, n = 8,273). Right: The frequency of secondhand aerosol (SHA) exposure is calculated among respondents who reported being exposed to SHA (unweighted, n = 4,138). Percentages are based on weighted data.
|Past 30-Day Exposure (number of days)||Secondhand Smoke (SHS)||Secondhand Aerosol (SHA)||Total Students (SHS) (Weighted N)||Total Students (SHA) (Weighted N)|
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