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Young adults believe hookah, e-cigs are safer than cigarettes

Los Angeles, CA- Many college students are making their way back to campus this month, and back to the habits – good or bad – that dorm-life promotes. A new study finds that young adults under 25, including high school grads and college students, are more likely to rate hookah and e-cigarettes as safer than cigarettes, when compared to 25 to 34-year-olds.



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Careers in Social Work: Where Do Mental Health Social Workers Work?

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SAGE partners with the International and American Associations for Dental Research to launch JDR Clinical & Translational Research

SAGE is pleased to launch JDR Clinical & Translational Research in partnership with the International and American Associations for Dental Research (IADR/AADR). Publishing dental, oral, and craniofacial research at the interface of discovery science and clinical application, this new publication is a resource for researchers, clinician scientists, patients, and policymakers in the dental community. Dr.



#Hookahlife: Social media posts spread misleading information on hookah use

A new study finds that Instagram users using #hookah or #shisha portray hookah use in an overwhelmingly positive manner, despite its serious health risks. Published in Health Education & Behavior, the study authors examined nearly 300 Instagram posts and found that the portrayal and promotion of hookah smoking on social media can normalize its use and pose public health challenges.





SAGE launches Health Psychology Open July 2014

Los Angeles, CA - Leading independent and academic publisher SAGE, has announced the launch of Health Psychology Open an international, open access (OA), peer-reviewed, online-only journal  addressing issues in health and social sciences. The journal will be accepting submissions from 30 April 2014 with the first issue publishing at the end of June 2014.


Award-winning resources for Canadian post-secondary education

Access the award-winning SAGE Video and SAGE Research Methods collections in health and social wellness curated to meet the diverse needs of Canadian faculty and students. Providing a well-rounded academic experience that informs social welfare, policy, and healthcare, SAGE digital library products support a comprehensive learning experience through varied and interdisciplinary content for enhancing any course modality, as well as research projects. 


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