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Introduction: The US cigar market is diverse, yet until recently most research studies and tobacco surveillance systems have not reported behavioral and related outcomes by cigar type. Methods: The Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study collected data separately for filtered cigars FCscigarillos, and traditional cigars, which were further distinguished as premium or nonpremium. Cigar smoking sex statistics for adult established current smokers of each cigar type and cigarettes were calculated for demographic characteristics, tobacco use patterns, purchasing behaviors and reasons for use.
Adjusted prevalence ratios APRs using a marginal predictions approach with logistic regression assessed correlates of dual cigar and cigarette smoking. Daily cigar smoking prevalence and of cigars smoked per day were higher for FCs Cigarette smoking was twice as common among smokers of nonpremium cigars, cigarillos, and FCs Conclusion: User characteristics, cigar smoking patterns, and dual smoking with cigarettes varied by cigar type highlighting the importance of adequately describing the cigar type studied and, where appropriate, differentiating by cigar type.
Implications: Despite the diversity of the cigar market place, historically many research studies and tobacco surveillance systems have treated cigars as a single product type. This study describes similarities and differences in the user characteristics, tobacco use patterns, and purchasing behaviors of premium, nonpremium, cigarillo, and filtered cigar smokers.
To enhance tobacco regulatory science, sufficient descriptions of the cigar type s studied and, where appropriate, differentiation of the particular cigar type s studied should be undertaken to improve the interpretation of study findings, understanding of cigar use patterns and related behaviors and future approaches to reducing cigar-attributable morbidity and mortality. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Search: Search. Advanced Clipboard. Display options Display options.
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MeSH terms Adolescent Actions. Adult Actions. Cohort Studies Actions. Female Actions. Humans Actions. Longitudinal Studies Actions. Male Actions.
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