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Catch up on the Latest KDHRC Research Briefs: New Releases Monthly

Did you know that KDHRC releases new, exciting research briefs each month on  topics as varied as youth vaping behavior, wearable fitness devices, and artificial intelligence? Our Informing Public Health research series summarizes our research advances across our areas of expertise and emerging interests.

Our March release titled “The Longitudinal Association Between Sleep and Adolescent Uptake of ENDS” highlights the connection between teens experiencing sleep troubles and later electronic nicotine device systems (ENDS)/vaping initiation. This research brief builds on previous studies that found that sleep deprivation was associated with susceptibility to start using ENDS. Read more about our findings here:

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