TOBACCO USE DURING AND AFTER PREGNANCY: THE SMOKING BEHAVIORS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN AND THEIR ATTEMPTS TO QUIT

|Comments are Off
Gilchrsit discusses utilization of tobacco by African American women pre and post pregnancy as well as their attempts to quit in Pennsylvania and in the city of Pittsburgh. She mentions that African American women in Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh had the greatest number of health...

The role of tobacco in cancer health disparities

|Comments are Off
Vidrine, Reitzel, and Wetter talk about how even though sufficient effort has been made to reduce smoking rates over the years, it still accounts for the most preventable morbidity and mortality rates in the United States. They make a point similar to other articles that tobacco...