This week I had the honor of giving a speech at a California Tobacco Control Program event. My speech was titled “Understanding how tobacco use and other risk behaviors are linked is crucial for the health of California.” In this talk I presented some preliminary research we had… Read More »
Relationship of Smokefree Laws and Alcohol Use with Light and Intermittent Smoking and Quit Attempts among US Adults and Alcohol Users Nan Jiang, MariaElena Gonzalez, Pamela M. Ling, Stanton A. Glantz Abstract Introduction: Light and intermittent smoking (LITS) has become increasingly common. Alcohol drinkers are more likely to smoke. We examined the association of smokefree… Read More »
Congratulations to UCM Professor Anna Song, whose article showing that smokefree laws are associated with reduced adolescent smoking was published in Jama Pediatrics. There is a nice write-up in the Merced Sun Star about this study in which I am quoted.