Category Archives: Smoking

Business travel and behavioral and mental health

In new work, Rundle and colleagues find that extensive business travel is associated with poorer behavioral and mental health – smoking, sedentary behavior, trouble sleeping, alcohol dependence, depression and anxiety.  The paper was recently published online at the Journal of Occupational … Continue reading

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Who are smokers today? Implications for public health and research

Kerry Keyes and colleagues recently published a new article looking at changes in the relationship between smoking and psychiatric disorders across successive birth cohorts in the twentieth century.  They find that as rates of smoking decreased through the latter half … Continue reading

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