The Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program (TRDRP) funded research and reported the findings on the relationship between youth vape-use and flavored e-cigarettes. TRDRP also developed a one-page summary PDF, titled Youth and Flavored Tobacco Products, with the latest research and the consensus of how flavors are influencing youth use of tobacco products.
Project SUN is a culturally adapted youth smoking cessation program tailored to the needs of American Indian/Alaska Native youth. The program is implemented over 8 weeks, and includes various activities, ranging from ways to regulate behavior (such as deep breathing), and listing out culturally relevant pursuits that students can try instead of smoking.
A recent study published by the University of Southern California (USC) in the American Academy of Pediatrics Publications finds that non-tobacco oral nicotine products were the second most prevalent nicotine product used by adolescents in Southern California. They were disproportionately used by certain racial or ethnic, sexual, or gender minority groups, and those with a history of nicotine use.