This report is the first to be issued by a federal agency that comprehensively reviews the public health issue of electronic cigarettes and their impact on young people.
This report reviews what is known about substance misuse and suggests how stakeholders can use this knowledge to address substance misuse and related health consequences.
This report highlights recent data that show, from 2007 to 2014, the preterm birth rate decreased for all age groups, and the overall birth rate for teens and women aged 20-24 years also decreased.
This study aims to understand the health-related behaviors that contribute to negative health outcomes among sexual minority youth and how the prevalence of these behaviors compares with that of nonsexual minorities.
This report describes the findings from “Combating Religious Discrimination Today,” a community engagement initiative designed to promote religious freedom and challenge religious discrimination.
This Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report illustrates the trends in ADHD diagnosis among children and adolescents.
SAMHSA’s FASD Center for Excellence released an updated version of its How To Have a Healthy Baby booklet series.
SEVIS by the Numbers is a quarterly report on international students studying in the United States.
CDC released a study that uses data from the 2001–2013 National Youth Risk Behavior Surveys to better understand the prevalence of combustible and smokeless tobacco use among high school athletes.
This purpose of this study was to better understand the knowledge and perception of tobacco quitlines.
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