Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 28th, 2002
The study found that other factors early in life also increased the risk of later smoking, including stress, a parent with high school or less education, being from a one-parent household, drinking alcohol, poor academic performance, and poor conduct. Each factor affected the risk to differing degrees in black and white girls.
The study, which appears in the...
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