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Smoking Prevalence in Urban and Rural Populations: Findings from California Between 2001 and 2012

Description
Examines smoking prevalence in rural and urban areas of California based on a zip-code level analysis of California Health Interview Survey data for 2001-2012. Discusses changes over time and differences by rural/urban location, race/ethnicity, gender, age, education, and employment status.
Author(s)
L. Liu, S. Edland, M.G. Myers, C.R. Hofstetter, W.K. Al-Delaimy
Citation
American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 42(2), 152-61
Date
03/2016
Type
Document
Tagged as
Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Tobacco use · California