Fewer parents smoke when pediatricians offer tobacco screening, treatment

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(Reuters Health) – Parents who smoke may be more likely to quit when they receive tobacco screening and smoking cessation treatment from their child’s pediatrician than when they don’t get this support, a new study suggests.

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