From DailyRx: Researchers have found a link between childhood trauma in girls and becoming a smoker later in life. The same link could not be found with male smokers.
A recent study suggests women may smoke due to adverse childhood experiences.
Smoking prevention may be most effective in light of this information in order to shape quit-smoking programs to deal with smoker’s childhood trauma.
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