Abstract- "The aim of this study was to examine the school-level prevalence and predictors of e-cigarette use among U.S. adolescents...E-cigarette use varies considerably across schools, and this study suggests that school context plays an important role in e-cigarette use. Cigarette smoking and e-cigarette use at the school level are closely linked and are important risk factors for individual-level e-cigarette use. The wide variation in prevalence of e-cigarette use highlights the need for schools to work with professionals to obtain school-level assessment rather than relying solely on state or national results to guide prevention efforts."
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