Smoking cessation counseling in Orthodox Jewish populations.

@article{Gotfried2009SmokingCC,
  title={Smoking cessation counseling in Orthodox Jewish populations.},
  author={Jonathan Gotfried},
  journal={Chest},
  year={2009},
  volume={135 1},
  pages={
          248-249
        }
}
Dr. Kittisupamongkol highlights medications as one of the many factors contributing to the disruption of blood glucose homeostasis in the critically ill patient. Commonly prescribed medications in the ICU likely influence glucose and insulin metabolism.1 Our survey was meant to elucidate critical care clinicians’ opinions about hyperglycemia, its frequency, and the factors they believe influence blood glucose levels.2 Our survey did not individually address each medication commonly used in the… 

Determinants of health behavior inequalities: a cross-sectional study from Israel.

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Gender disparities regarding health behaviors are higher among Arabs and Ultra-Orthodox Jews, and gender significantly modifies the effect of ethnicity/religion for all the three health behaviors.

Smoking in Jewish Law Yael Farzan

Decades ago, before rabbinic authorities knew of the extreme dangers entailed in smoking, it was believed that smoking was not prohibited according to Jewish law. These early rabbinic authorities

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