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1996
Mannino, David M.,  Siegel, Michael,  Husten, Corinne,  Rose, Deborah,  Etzel, Ruth . Environmental tobacco smoke exposure in children: Results from the 1991 National Health Interview Survey. Tobacco Control. 5, (1), 13-18.
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1994
Covey, L.S.,  Hughes, D.C.,  Glassman, A.H.,  Blazer, D.G.,  George, L.K. . Ever-smoking, quitting, and psychiatric disorders: evidence from the Durham, North Carolina, Epidemiological Catchment Area. Tobacco Control. 2, 222-227.
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2010
Tomar, Scott L.,  Alpert, Hillel R.,  Connolly, Gregory N. Patterns of dual use of cigarettes and smokeless tobacco among US males: Findings from national surveys. Tobacco Control. 19, (2), 104-109.
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2011
Fabry, David A.,  Davila, Evelyn P.,  Arheart, Kristopher L.,  Serdar, Berrin,  Dietz, Noella A.,  Bandiera, Frank C.,  Lee, David J. Secondhand smoke exposure and the risk of hearing loss. Tobacco Control. 20, (1), 82-85.
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1994
Ohsfeldt, Robert L.,  Boyle, Raymond G. Tobacco excise taxes and rates of smokeless tobacco use in the U.S.: An explanatory ecological analysis. Tobacco Control. 3, 316-323.
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1992
Gilpin, Elizabeth,  Pierce, John,  Goodman, Jerry,  Giovino, Gary,  Berry, Charles,  Burns, David . Trends in physicians' giving advice to stop smoking, United States, 1974-87. Tobacco Control. 1, 31-36.
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1997
Gerlach, K.K.,  Shopland, D.R.,  Hartman, A.M.,  Gibson, J.T.,  Pechacek, T.F. . Workplace smoking policies in the United States: Results from a national survey of more than 100,000 workers. Tobacco Control. 6, (3), 199-206.
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