Mortality and economic costs from regular cigar use in the United States, 2010.

@article{Nonnemaker2014MortalityAE,
  title={Mortality and economic costs from regular cigar use in the United States, 2010.},
  author={James M Nonnemaker and Brian L. Rostron and Patricia Hall and Anna J. MacMonegle and Benjamin Apelberg},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={2014},
  volume={104 9},
  pages={
          e86-91
        }
}
OBJECTIVES We estimated annual mortality, years of potential life lost, and associated economic costs attributable to regular cigar smoking among US adults aged 35 years or older. METHODS We estimated cigar-attributable mortality for the United States in 2010 using the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Smoking-Attributable Mortality, Morbidity, and Economic Costs methodology for smoking-related causes of death. We obtained cigar prevalence from the National Adult Tobacco Survey… 

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