Rachel Hendricks will be graduating from Davidson College in North Carolina in May of 2021. She studies biology and data science and will be working at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) as a National Institutes of Health (NIH) fellow following graduation. Rachel has spent the last two years as a student researcher for Dr. Karen Bernd exploring the toxicity and use patterns of waterpipe tobacco smoke (hookah) and other alternative tobacco products, and will share that work in this talk.
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- How Smoking and Nicotine Damage Your Body | American Heart Association
- How Does Nicotine Work? (Youtube video by Quit Victoria)
- Tobacco/Nicotine and Vaping | National Institute on Drug Abuse
- Vaporizers, E-Cigarettes, and other Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) | U.S. Food and Drug Administration
- Hookahs | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Hookah Lounge Locator | A great activity to show how easy it is to find these devices online regardless of age, and initiate use in a public location | Mya Hookah
- Smoking and Tobacco Use Data and Statistics | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Smokeless Tobacco: Health Effects | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- What is Zyn and what are oral nicotine pouches? | Truth Initiative
- Quitting E-cigarettes | Truth Initiative
- Smoking Cessation: A Report of the Surgeon General (Executive Summary) | Department of Health and Human Services
- Advertising Strategy | Tobacco Tactics, University of Bath
- Market manipulation: how the tobacco industry recruits and retains smokers | Oxford University Press Scholarship Online
- Electronic cigarette marketers manipulate antitobacco advertisements to promote vaping | Tobacco Control Journal
- ‘Worth More’ campaign exposes Big Tobacco for its manipulation of lower-income communities | Truth Initiative