Low-rate smokers.

@article{Owen1995LowrateS,
  title={Low-rate smokers.},
  author={Neville Owen and Pamela Kent and Melanie Wakefield and Lyn Roberts},
  journal={Preventive medicine},
  year={1995},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={80-4}
}
BACKGROUND Some smokers maintain a low daily smoking rate and do not appear to be addicted to nicotine (tobacco "chippers"). In a context of increasing social and environmental constraints on cigarette smoking, it is of interest to determine the population prevalence and the characteristics of low-rate smoking behavior. METHODS A representative population survey was used to determine the prevalence and the correlates of low-rate smoking (five or less cigarettes a day). A range of… CONTINUE READING

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