2008: New research related to tobacco use 6786 TOBACCO ABUSE BY U.
2008: New research related to tobacco use# 6786 TOBACCO ABUSE BY U.S. Troops in Iraq TWICE the national average – used the prevalence of tobacco use by the U.S. Military to Iraq, is more than double the national average. Researcher Michael A. Wilson of the United States Navy surveyed 408 Marines and Sailors in Iraq can be used to assess the prevalence of tobacco use and behavior in terms of service. In total respondents 260 of the Marines and Sailors used some form of tobacco. Of which 213 are smoked , cigarettes, use 145 , smokeless tobacco used both. For all tobacco – perpetrator , expressed 74 % want to stop using tobacco. Researchers suspect that the prevalence of tobacco use during the operation in Iraq is reported significantly higher than the national average of 29.6 % in a 2006 national survey.
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