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Yes, we have lots of data and analysis to show this approach -- youth-led, peer-to-peer communication -- is more effective than the traditional adult-led public health education model.  University of South Florida, College of Public Health conducted a three-year scientific study.  There have also been other independent evaluations.  These evaluations show youth are more effective than adults in leading positive health behavior changes in families.  Moreover, I have the data and analysis that I utilized in my teen tobacco prevention work, which was the model for Kidz Bite Back.  If you would like to chat, call me at 813-294-5612.  Take care.