Immigration May Increase Smoking Prevalence Among Females

Immigration to the United States may result in increased smoking in Hispanic and Asian women, according to new research from sociologists at Rice University, Duke University and the University of Southern California.

The study, “Gender, Acculturation and Smoking Behavior Among U.S. Asian and Latino Immigrants,” examines smoking prevalence and frequency among these populations.

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