Likelihood of Unemployed Smokers vs Nonsmokers Attaining Reemployment

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Studies in the United States and Europe have found higher smoking prevalence among unemployed job seekers relative to employed workers. While consistent, the extant epidemiologic investigations of smoking and work status have been cross-sectional, leaving it underdetermined whether tobacco use is a cause or effect of unemployment. Judith Prochaska, PhD, MPH, is Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at Stanford University with the Stanford Prevention Research Center.

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