Cigarette tax hikes curb smoking in pregnancy

TUESDAY, June 5 (HealthDay News)—When taxes on cigarettes go up, smoking among pregnant Americans goes down, new research reveals.

Exploring the potential impact of state tobacco control policies on pregnant smokers, the study suggests that bumping cigarette prices by a dollar a pack can translate into a notable increase in the quit rate among pregnant women and new mothers. Click here to read more

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