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Published on 20.11.15 in Vol 1, No 2 (2015): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Tracking Hookah Bars in New York: Utilizing Yelp as a Powerful Public Health Tool"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.4809):

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  1. Asfar T, Ben Taleb Z, Osibogun O, Ruano-Herreria EC, Sierra D, Ward KD, Salloum RG, Maziak W. How Do Waterpipe Smoking Establishments Attract Smokers? Implications for Policy. Substance Use & Misuse 2019;54(4):560
  2. Colditz JB, Chu K, Switzer GE, Pelechrinis K, Primack BA. Online data to contextualize waterpipe tobacco smoking establishments surrounding large US universities. Health Informatics Journal 2019;25(4):1314
  3. Rice VH, Templin TN, Harden JK, Jenuwine ES, Abdulhamid I, Hammad A. Health Effects Reported by Adolescent Water Pipe and/or Cigarette Smokers Compared to Nonsmokers. Journal of Adolescent Health 2019;64(3):333
  4. Roods K, Jasek J, Farley SM. Trends in Hookah Use Among New York City Middle and High School Students, 2008–2014. Preventing Chronic Disease 2018;15
  5. Kassem NO, Kassem NO, Liles S, Jackson SR, Chatfield DA, Jacob P, Benowitz NL, Hovell MF. Urinary NNAL in hookah smokers and non-smokers after attending a hookah social event in a hookah lounge or a private home. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 2017;89:74