Smoking in an industrial population. An analysis by birth cohort.

Abstract

Between 1981 and 1984, 10,923 male and 624 female employees of the Australian petroleum industry were interviewed and the information that was collected included a detailed life-time smoking history. Comparison with another survey suggested that, in terms of smoking habits at least, this industrial population did not differ substantially from the general… (More)

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@article{Christie1986SmokingIA, title={Smoking in an industrial population. An analysis by birth cohort.}, author={Deborah Christie and Isa Gordon and Kathryn L Robinson}, journal={The Medical journal of Australia}, year={1986}, volume={145 1}, pages={11-4} }