"It’s not always easy to engage our teenagers about the dangers they face. But adolescents care what their parents think and take fewer risks when we keep the lines of communication open."
- Dr. Lisa Damour, PhD and Adolescent Psychologist.
- American Lung Association, Epidemiology and Statistics Unit analysis using SPSS software of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s 2019 National Youth Tobacco Survey public use data file.
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