AsI was reading the latest news about Toronto discussing further expanding smoking bans in public places, I thought it would be a good idea to offer you a pack of free studies on smoking, that we have recently published! Here you go!
– Effect of smoke-free legislation on Ticino gastronomy revenue, which showed that revenues of restaurants and bars were not damaged by the Ticino smoke-free law
– Gender modifies the relationship between social networks and smoking among adults in Seoul, South Korea . This study found social network mechanisms were differentially associated with the high smoking prevalence among men and low prevalence among women
–Socioeconomic gradient shifts in health-related behaviour among Slovak adolescents between 1998 and 2006 . This study reports that the higher odds of smoking in the low socioeconomic group compared to the high socioeconomic group decreased among boys
– Degree of urbanization and gender differences in substance use among Slovak adolescents. Prevalence rate of substance use (smoking, alcohol, cannabis) among girls increased along with an increasing degree of urbanization, while the prevalence rate of substance use among boys remained constant.
– Clustering of health and risk behaviour in immigrant and indigenous Dutch residents aged 19–40 years, discussing smoking amongst other risk (and health) behaviours.
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