Smoking in migrants in New South Wales, Australia: report on data from over 100,000 participants in the 45 and Up Study
Introduction and Aims. Approximately 25% of the Australian population was born abroad, yet there has been very little tobacco control aimed at culturally and linguistically diverse communities and limited data exist on smoking among Australian migrants. The aim of this study was to compare smoking characteristics of Australian migrants (in terms of place of birth and age migrated) to those of Australian-born residents. Design and Methods. A cross-sectional analysis of self-reported...[Show more]
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