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The economic burden of environmental tobacco smoke in the first year of life
  1. G M Leung,
  2. L-M Ho,
  3. T-H Lam

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    Aims: To examine the population impact and economic costs associated with environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) in Chinese infants with non-smoking mothers.

    Methods: Prospective, population based birth cohort study in Hong Kong, 1997–98. Main outcome measures were: doctor consultations and hospitalisations; adjusted odds ratios for higher utilisation by service type for …

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