New data will help health providers

Petten, Cheryl
January 2005
Alberta Sweetgrass;Jan2005, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p6
Presents information on a survey by the Regional Longitudinal Health Survey in 2004 regarding the smoking rates among First Nations people in Canada. Percentage of smokers in the general Canadian population; Comments by Jane Grey, national co-ordinator of the survey, on the decrease in Aboriginal smoking; Significance of the survey results to people who are working to get smoking rates down within their own communities.


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