In this webinar the speakers will present results from the first study to report separate estimates of self-reported public indoor and outdoor secondhand smoke and secondhand aerosol exposures among U.S. youth, using data from the 2020 National Youth Tobacco Survey, and discuss policy implications for clean air legislation. Secondhand smoke and secondhand aerosol exposures are both important public health concerns. As the product landscape evolves, it remains important to modernize and update smoke-free policies to protect people from these exposures from all products, in all settings.
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