Smoker data | definition of smoker data by Medical dictionary
smoker data The number of smokers internationally has ↑ by 75% in past 20 yrs; 109 smokers consume ± 1012 cigarettes/yr Per capita consumption US 54/yr–1900, 4500/yr–1968, 3200/yr–1988; China 400/yr–1953, 1900/yr–1988 tobacco-industry 'loses' ±2.5 million smokers/yr, 2.1 million to health-related 'attrition'–ie, quitting, 400,000 to smoking-related deaths Peak age of starting 16 Education 8.3% of physicians smoke; <age 30, 4.5% smoke; 18% of college-educated, 34% of high school drop-outs Race 34% black, 28% white, 27% hispanic–US
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