UC-San Diego Study Finds That Individuals With Mental Disorders More Likely To Use E-Cigarettes
UC-San Diego researchers have found that individuals with depression, anxiety and other mental health issues are more than twice as likely to use e-cigarettes than individuals without mental illnesses. In addition, researchers found people with mental health disorders are three times more likely to use such devices regularly.
- "The Weird Link Between E-Cigarettes and Mental Health Disorders" (Kedmey, Time, 5/13).
- "Study: People With Mental Health Issues More Likely To Use E-Cigarettes" (Mullins, Al Jazeera America, 5/13).