Paan and Gutka Use in the United States: A Pilot Study in Bangladeshi and Indian-Gujarati Immigrants in New York City.

@article{Changrani2006PaanAG,
  title={Paan and Gutka Use in the United States: A Pilot Study in Bangladeshi and Indian-Gujarati Immigrants in New York City.},
  author={Jyotsna G Changrani and Francesca M. Gany and Gustavo D. Cruz and Ross C. Kerr and Ralph Katz},
  journal={Journal of immigrant & refugee studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={99-110}
}
Smokeless tobacco and areca nut are popular with South Asians and South Asian immigrants, most commonly used as paan and gutka. Their regular use leads to oral cancer. The South Asian community in the U.S. is rapidly growing, where paan and gutka are readily available. The study was the first exploration of the migration of the paan and gutka habits, and their use in the U.S.A 108-item questionnaire on paan and gutka usage and beliefs was administered to 138 first-generation Bangladeshi and… CONTINUE READING

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