Children's residential exposure to environmental tobacco smoke varies greatly between the Nordic countries.

@article{Lund1998ChildrensRE,
  title={Children's residential exposure to environmental tobacco smoke varies greatly between the Nordic countries.},
  author={Karle E Lund and Anders Skrondal and Harri Vertio and {\'A}sgeir R{\'u}nar Helgason},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of social medicine},
  year={1998},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={115-20}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess similarities and differences in the Nordic countries regarding ETS (environmental tobacco smoke) exposure in young children. DESIGN A population-based cross-sectional study comprising a randomly selected sample of 5,500 households which included a child born in 1992. Data were collected using a mailed anonymous questionnaire. RESULTS While the prevalence of household smoking was similar in all countries, there was a great difference between the countries with regard to… CONTINUE READING