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Bottom Line: Nearly 5% of adults living in households with children use e-cigarettes based on analyses of national survey data from 2016-2017.
Authors: Jenny L. Carwile, Sc.D., M.P.H., of Maine Medical Center, Portland, Maine, and coauthors
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