‘Children expect adults to work against tobacco. They say this is important and that grown-ups could make a difference by displaying a clear and positive commitment,’ says Maria Nilsson. Having a shared and constant norm against tobacco from both schools and parents with a supportive strategy can have a preventive function regarding tobacco use among teenagers. Maria Nilsson’s dissertation is titled: Promoting health in adolescents: avoiding the use of tobacco.\.. Adults important in lowering tobacco use among young people A clear commitment from adults against the usage of tobacco is expected by their children as they grow up, and it could prevent teenagers from needs to smoke cigarettes or use snuff. That is proven in current analysis from Umea University in Sweden. The prospective group was teenagers between 13 and 15 years, and this program is still going on.Roscoe described that while chemotherapy is more often linked with generating nausea and vomiting, radiation to the intestinal tract can also trigger those distressing symptoms. A control group received no wristbands while a second group utilized wristbands and received details leading them to expect the procedure to work. A third group received wristbands but just neutral information regarding wearing them also, so they were not influenced to believe the wristbands would relieve their nausea psychologically.