Falling prevalence of smoking: how low can we go?

@article{Chapman2007FallingPO,
  title={Falling prevalence of smoking: how low can we go?},
  author={Simon Chapman},
  journal={Tobacco control},
  year={2007},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={
          145-7
        }
}
H ow low might the prevalence of smoking fall in whole nations? Countries that have the lowest prevalence of smoking for both sexes combined are mostly those with strong cultural proscriptions against smoking by women. The NationMaster site (http:// www.nationmaster.com), sourcing data from the World Health Organization, shows 44 nations where reported prevalence of smoking among women is ,10%, 28 nations where it is ,5% and 12 nations where it is ,2% (Qatar reports that 0.5% women smoke). Very… CONTINUE READING

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