Changes in smoking prevalence following a strict no-smoking policy in U.S. Navy recruit training.

Abstract

This study examined 449 U.S. Navy recruits who reported that they were current smokers upon entering Navy recruit training. Recruits were prohibited from using tobacco for the duration of the 8 weeks of basic training. Participants completed tobacco surveys at entry into the Navy, upon graduation from recruit training, and after 1 year of service. Forty… (More)

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@article{Hurtado1996ChangesIS, title={Changes in smoking prevalence following a strict no-smoking policy in U.S. Navy recruit training.}, author={Santiago Hurtado and Tyrell Conway}, journal={Military medicine}, year={1996}, volume={161 10}, pages={571-6} }