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|Title:||Smoking in health science students with asthma||Authors:||Molyvdas, Paschalis Adam
Gourgoulianis, Konstantinos I.
Krommydas, Georgios C.
|Keywords:||Asthma;Students--Tobacco use||Issue Date:||2004||Publisher:||Pulsus Group Inc.||Source:||Canadian Respiratory Journal, Vol. 11, no.7, 2004, pp.476-476||Link:||http://www.pulsus.com/journals/abstract.jsp?sCurrPg=journal&jnlKy=4&atlKy=4703&isuKy=351&spage=1&isArt=t||Abstract:||It is expected that asthmatic students in a health science department would avoid the hazards of cigarette smoking due to the knowledge they gain through their studies. Surprisingly, health science students with asthma had a higher prevalence of smoking than their healthy colleagues.||URI:||http://ktisis.cut.ac.cy/handle/10488/308||ISSN:||1198-2241||Rights:||© Pulsus Group Inc.||Type:||Article|
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