Over the last half century, the U.S. Surgeon General has released 32 comprehensive reports outlining the impact of tobacco use on this nation's health and well-being. The 33rd report, which addresses e-cigarette use among youth and young adults, adds significant data and analysis to the science of this important public health issue. Surgeon General's Reports are the gold standard of scientific reports, and each is developed and reviewed by hundreds of expert researchers. More than 150 scientists and public health professionals contributed to the development of this latest Surgeon General's Report.
First comprehensive report to be issued by a Federal agency on e-cigarette use among youth and young adults.
Adolescents(11–14 years of age)
Adolescents(15–17 years of age)
Adults (18–25 years of age)