Cigarette use by college students in smoke-free housing: results of a national study.

  title={Cigarette use by college students in smoke-free housing: results of a national study.},
  author={Henry Wechsler and Jae Eun Lee and Nancy A. Rigotti},
  journal={American journal of preventive medicine},
  volume={20 3},
BACKGROUND Cigarette-smoking rates have increased in recent years among college students. Smoke-free residences offer a possible means of reducing or preventing smoking. However, their use has as yet not been evaluated. This paper examines whether students residing in smoke-free residences are less likely to smoke cigarettes than students in other campus residences, and if such lower rates apply to all types of students and colleges. METHODS The Harvard School of Public Health College Alcohol… CONTINUE READING

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