ATTUD Journal Club Postings

Psychiatric co‐morbidity with smoking is increasing over time

Smokers with a history of a psychiatric disorder are less likely to stop smoking than those without this history. In addition, whenever a society stigmatizes a behavior and makes it more deviant, then those who, nevertheless, take up or continue the behavior are more likely to have psychiatric co­morbidity. As a result of these two […]

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