Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 11th, 1996
However, pregnant women at private clinics did not benefit nearly as much from smoking cessation techniques, according to the UNC-CH School of Medicine researchers. About 20 percent of patients at public clinics stopped smoking compared with less than 5 percent at private clinics. Strategies consisted of instructions for health-care professionals and a seven day smoking cessation manual.
"We found intervention techniques worked well in public clinics where 30 percent to 40...
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