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Risk Messages for Waterpipe Tobacco Cessation

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Optimizing Risk Messages for Waterpipe Tobacco Cessation in Young Adults

The objective of this study is to examine whether messages conveying the harms and addictiveness of waterpipe (i.e., hookah) tobacco delivered by mobile phone multimedia messaging (MMS) are effective for promoting hookah tobacco cessation among young adults ages 18 to 30 years.

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Behavioral - Hookah tobacco risk messages

Mobile multimedia messages consisting of text and imagery conveying the risks of hookah tobacco use.

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Optimizing Risk Messages for Waterpipe Tobacco Cessation in Young Adults

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NCT03595280

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