Smoking Prevalence and Cessation Amongst Immigrants in Canada

@inproceedings{Neligan2008SmokingPA,
  title={Smoking Prevalence and Cessation Amongst Immigrants in Canada},
  author={David Neligan},
  year={2008}
}
As of the 2006 census, nearly one fift h of Canada' s to tal population was fo reign born. With such a sizeable and fas t-growing immigrant population, research 111 immigrant health in Canada is increasingly important. While there is a wealth of literature on immigrant health in general, very little is known about the smoking behaviours of Canada' s immigrants. Research has shown that immigrants are significantly less likely to smoke than non-immigrants, yet differences between immigrants have… CONTINUE READING

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