Smoking and mental illness: results from population surveys in Australia and the United States

@article{Lawrence2009SmokingAM,
  title={Smoking and mental illness: results from population surveys in Australia and the United States},
  author={David M. Lawrence and Francis G. Mitrou and Stephen R. Zubrick},
  journal={BMC Public Health},
  year={2009},
  volume={9},
  pages={285 - 285}
}
BACKGROUND Smoking has been associated with a range of mental disorders including schizophrenia, anxiety disorders and depression. People with mental illness have high rates of morbidity and mortality from smoking related illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, respiratory diseases and cancer. As many people who meet diagnostic criteria for mental disorders do not seek treatment for these conditions, we sought to investigate the relationship between mental illness and smoking in recent… CONTINUE READING
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