Effects of cigarette prices on intention to quit, quit attempts, and successful cessation among African American smokers.
Infrequent and Frequent Nondaily Smokers and Daily Smokers: Their Characteristics and Other Tobacco Use Patterns.
Relationship between spending on electronic cigarettes, 30-day use, and disease symptoms among current adult cigarette smokers in the U.S.
The Association of Menthol Cigarette Use With Quit Attempts, Successful Cessation, and Intention to Quit Across Racial/Ethnic Groups in the United States.
Factors associated with short-term transitions of non-daily smokers: socio-demographic characteristics and other tobacco product use.
Re: Modeling the Effects of E-cigarettes on Smoking Behavior: Implications for Future Adult Smoking Prevalence.
Smoking cessation and receipt of cessation advice from health professionals among older smokers in Taiwan.
Sociodemographic Differences Among U.S. Children and Adults Exposed to Secondhand Smoke at Home: National Health Interview Surveys 2000 and 2010.
Home exposure to secondhand smoke among people living in multiunit housing and single family housing: a study of California adults, 2003-2012.
The costs of smoking and secondhand smoke exposure in Taiwan: a prevalence-based annual cost approach.
The impact of smoke-free legislation on reducing exposure to secondhand smoke: differences across gender and socioeconomic groups.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder among children exposed to secondhand smoke: a logistic regression analysis of secondary data.
Validity study of the K6 scale as a measure of moderate mental distress based on mental health treatment need and utilization.
The impact of changes in tobacco control funding on healthcare expenditures in California, 2012-2016.
Primary care providers advising smokers to quit: comparing effectiveness between those with and without alcohol, drug, or mental disorders.
Cigarette smoking and serious psychological distress: a population-based study of California adults.
Evaluation of the economic impact of California's Tobacco Control Program: a dynamic model approach.
Who is exposed to secondhand smoke? Self-reported and serum cotinine measured exposure in the U.S., 1999-2006.
Cervical cancer after multiple negative cytologic tests in long-term members of a prepaid health plan.
A major state tobacco tax increase, the master settlement agreement, and cigarette consumption: the California experience.
The effect of a major cigarette price change on smoking behavior in california: a zero-inflated negative binomial model.
Changes in cervical cancer incidence after three decades of screening US women less than 30 years old.
Stage at diagnosis and mortality in patients with adenocarcinoma and adenosquamous carcinoma of the uterine cervix diagnosed as a consequence of cytologic screening.
Papanicolaou smear history and diagnosis of invasive cervical carcinoma among members of a large prepaid health plan.
Invasive cervical cancer in members of a prepaid health plan: the effect of menopausal status on disease characteristics.
Missed opportunities for cervical cancer screening of HMO members developing invasive cervical cancer (ICC).
Do cigarette producers price-discriminate by state? An empirical analysis of local cigarette pricing and taxation.
Complete structures of three rice sucrose synthase isogenes and differential regulation of their expressions.
The state antismoking campaign and the industry response: the effects of advertising on cigarette consumption in California.
The hospital response to Medicare's Prospective Payment System: an econometric model of Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans.
Tobacco Smoke Pollution