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Psychiatric disorders increase among smokers

People who started smoking since it started to be stigmatized are more likely to have a drug or psychological problem.
added Jan 27, 2016 00:12

Incidence of Psychiatric Disorders Has Increased in a Shrinking Population of Smokers

have found that while cigarette smoking rates have declined among younger people in the United States, those who do smoke are more likely to have a psychiatric or substance use disorder compared with those who began smoking in earlier decades.
Columbia University Medical Center
added Jan 26, 2016 22:36

Changing relationships between smoking and psychiatric disorders across twentieth century birth cohorts: clinical and research implications

new smokers may be increasingly driven to smoke by biological or genetic vulnerabilities rather than social desirability...the prevalence of smoking decreased across the five birth cohorts, but associations of smoking with drug and AUDs, attention-deficit
Molecular Psychiatry
added Jan 26, 2016 22:13

[UK] Feed your baby tripe - and don't smoke over the cot: As Britain's first baby magazine turns 60, its hilarious (and often terrifying) advice from a bygone era

Indeed, an article from 1964 seemed to think mothers would be positively virtuous if they took up the following rule: ‘A good resolution would be not to smoke when nursing (breastfeeding) baby or tucking him up in his pram or cot.’
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jan 26, 2016 16:12

[Germany, UK] The integrity and chain-smoking of these East German Commies is rather attractive

It makes Channel 4's Deutschland 83 a seductive Sunday night rival to BBC's War and Peace...there’s something rather underdog-engaging about their grave, warped integrity, their relentless chain-smoking (everyone in the West has given up, apparently) and
The Spectator (uk)
added Jan 22, 2016 23:50

[New York] U.S. Census Bureau Daily Feature for January 21: NYC Bans Women Smoking

the more things change, the more they resemble 1908. On this date that year, the New York City council passed an ordinance that made it illegal for women to smoke in public places. The ordinance was the result of a campaign by the National Anti-Cigarette
PR Newswire
added Jan 21, 2016 20:06

New York Today: Making It Official

On this day, in 1908...City Council passed the Sullivan Ordinance, which...made it illegal for anyone managing or owning “a public place” allow women to smoke...vetoed two weeks later by Mayor woman did get arrested...Katie Mulcahey.
New York Times
added Jan 21, 2016 15:38

ARCHIVE: Smoking, disease, and obdurate denial: the Australian tobacco industry in the 1980s [FREE FULL TEXT]

Australian manufacturers were clearly negligent in the 1980s, deliberately working to undermine Australians’ understandings of the diseases caused by smoking despite their own private knowledge. Continuing scepticism about smoking and disease, correspondi
Tobacco Control
added Jan 20, 2016 20:26

ARCHIVE: December 2003, Volume 12, suppl 3: "One of the darkest markets in the world" - insights from Australian tobacco industry documents [FREE FULL TEXTS]

“Some convincing arguments to pass back to nervous customers”: the role of the tobacco retailer in the Australian tobacco industry’s smoker reassurance campaign 1950–1978 / “Avoid health warnings on all tobacco products for just as long as we can”: a hist
Tobacco Control
added Jan 20, 2016 20:26

ARCHIVE: CHAPMAN/FARRELLY: Four Arguments against the Adult-Rating of Movies with Smoking Scenes

a view of movies that assumed they were nothing more than the equivalent of religious or moral instruction...This nascent momentum toward censorship and classification of smoking in movies deserves critical scrutiny from all who cherish open, civil societ
PLoS (Public Library of Science)
added Jan 20, 2016 16:12
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