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  1. How effective are primary prevention interventions to prevent tobacco use for children and youth? An overview of systematic reviews

    We conducted an overview of reviews to examine the effects of primary tobacco prevention interventions – delivered in small social environments – for children and youth.

    Systematic review

    Published

  2. Cognitive therapies for smoking cessation: a systematic review

    We evaluated the effect of cognitive therapies on smoking cessation. We included 21 randomised controlled trials.

    Systematic review

    Published

  3. Health risks of Scandinavian snus consumption - English summary (pdf)

    The health risks of Scandinavian snus consumption were evaluated in 2005. Since then, the use of snus in Norway has increased substantially, particularly among young people.

    Report

    Published

  4. E-cigarette use is not risk-free

    E-cigarettes are not without health risks for people who vape or for bystanders. This is one of the conclusions from a new risk assessment report from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

    Report

    Published Updated

  5. What strategies are most successful in anti-smoking campaigns?

    The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services made a rapid review on what strategies are most successful in anti-smoking campaigns.

    Report

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