Research finds that college students who use marijuana, tobacco, and/or binge drink may be more likely to use e-cigarettes.

The study included more than 1,400 students, aged 18 to 23, at four colleges/universities in upstate New York who took part in an online survey.

More than 95% of the respondents knew about e-cigarettes, and nearly 30% said they had tried e-cigarettes, the survey found. Those most likely to report current or previous use of e-cigarettes included: males, younger students, whites, those with average or below average school grades, and those who have ever smoked or tried cigarettes.

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