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Women Who Are Stalked
The authors use logistic regression with the National Violence Against Women Survey sample (N = 8,000) to explore patterns in fear reported by women who were stalked. One fourth of our sample felt noExpand
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Food label use and awareness of nutritional information and recommendations among persons with chronic disease.
BACKGROUND Because of the relation between chronic disease and poor nutritional habits, the use of food labels and adherence to dietary recommendations are important for chronic disease populations.Expand
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Secondhand Smoke Exposure and Depressive Symptoms
Objective: To evaluate the association between secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure and depression. Tobacco smoking and depression are strongly associated, but the possible effects of SHS have not beenExpand
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Cancer screening behaviors among smokers and non-smokers.
OBJECTIVE We explored whether smoking is associated with cancer screening behaviors. METHODS We used data from the 2007 Florida Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and the Florida TobaccoExpand
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Earlier age at menopause, work, and tobacco smoke exposure
Objective:Earlier age at menopause onset has been associated with increased all-cause, cardiovascular, and cancer mortality risks. The risk of earlier age at menopause associated with primary andExpand
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Declining Trends in Serum Cotinine Levels in US Worker Groups: the Power of Policy
Objective: To explore trends in cotinine levels in US worker groups. Methods: Using NHANES III data, serum cotinine levels of US workers not smokers nor exposed to secondhand smoke (SHS) at home wereExpand
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Secondhand smoke exposure and the risk of hearing loss
Hearing loss has been associated with tobacco smoking, but its relationship with secondhand smoke is not known. We sought to investigate the association between secondhand smoke exposure and hearingExpand
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Randomized Controlled Trial of Group-Based Culturally Specific Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Among African American Smokers
Introduction This study tested the efficacy of group-based culturally specific cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for smoking cessation among low-income African Americans. Methods Participants (N =Expand
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Trends in smokeless tobacco use in the us workforce: 1987-2005
The primary aim was to examine whether increasing workplace smoking restrictions have led to an increase in smokeless tobacco use among US workers. Smokeless tobacco exposure increases the risk ofExpand
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A cluster randomized pilot trial of a tailored worksite smoking cessation intervention targeting Hispanic/Latino construction workers: Intervention development and research design.
Construction workers have the highest smoking rate among all occupations (39%). Hispanic/Latino workers constitute a large and increasing group in the US construction industry (over 2.6 million; 23%Expand
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