Date of Publication

1-23-2013

Abstract

Introduction. Smoking rates are 15% in Vermont and higher in low-income populations. Winooski, Vermont is vulnerable to high tobacco use rates given that 23.6% of Winooski residents live below the poverty line. Tobacco advertising, which has been shown to have a direct, dose-dependent association with youth tobacco use, is highly prevalent in stores in Winooski.

Advisor(s)

Burton Wilke, PhD, University of Vermont

Kate Nugent, MA, Winooski Coalition for a Safe and Peaceful Community

Agency

Winooski Coalition for a Safe and Peaceful Community

Subjects

Environmental Health, Health-Related Quality of Life & Well-Being, Nutrition and Weight Status, Physical Activity, Social Determinants of Health, Substance Abuse, Tobacco Use

Notes

Presented at the American Public Health Association 141st Annual Meeting & Exposition, Boston, MA, November 4, 2013 as "Assessing attitudes towards tobacco advertising in Winooski, VT," by Kristopher Azevedo, Benjamin Brown, Eric Chang, Jessie Evangelista, Ian McDaniels, Olga Kuzina, Anisha Patel, Kate Nugent, Burton Wilcke, PhD, Thomas V. Delaney, PhD and Jan K. Carney, MD, MPH.

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