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Juul announced 11 peer-reviewed e-cigarette studies published in the American Journal of health behavior


Juul, a well-known e-cigarettes company in the United States, has published 11 peer-reviewed studies in the monograph edition of ajhb. This monograph focuses on the core content of Juul behavior research program: adult Juul user switching and smoking trajectory (adjust) research, aiming to understand the tobacco product use patterns of adult Juul product buyers.

The adjust study collected data from more than 55000 current, previous and never smokers and followed them for one year since they first purchased the jull e-cigarette kit.

These studies and the data they reflect represent an important part of Juul's research portfolio and address many key themes of public health concern and concern.

Juul hopes that this month's publication of ajhb will help further the necessary scientific dialogue on the potential of Juul products to reduce harm and their role in reducing smoking related deaths and diseases.

At the same time, Juul will continue to support the scientific basis of this category and help advance the agency's "comprehensive plan".

The following is a complete list of Juul studies in monograph publications:

End and Juul usage by smoking status in a national sample of young and elderly people in the United States

Adult Juul smoking and smoking trajectory (adjust) study: methods and analysis of follow-up loss

Adult smokers who purchased the Juul system stopped using cigarettes for 12 months

Dual use of cigarette and Juul: trajectory and cigarette consumption

Giving up Jul smoking: people with special interest

Smoking trajectory in adult smokers using Juul system

Smoking trajectories of adults who never smoked within 12 months of first purchase of Juul Starter Kit

Changes in smoking status of adults newly purchased Jul system

Dependence of smokers on switching from cigarette to Juul at two nicotine concentrations

Improving retailers' compliance with tobacco purchases: preliminary results simulate the impact of electronic nicotine delivery systems on population health in the United States

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