Did you know that:
The Yale Tobacco Research in Youth (TRY) team has been providing innovative prevention and cessation interventions for smoking since 2004. We are also conducting school-wide surveys on use and perceptions of alternative tobacco products and lab-based research understanding how flavors impact the reinforcing value of e-cigarettes. Over the years, we have received funds from the National Institutes of Health to develop and disseminate more effective school-based tobacco prevention and cessation interventions for youth and to learn more about the addictive potential of alternative tobacco products.
If you are an adolescent, a school official, or a parent who is interested in any of our programs, you can find contact information and other details in the Current Programs section of this website.
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