Program delivers healthy behaviors door-to-door

Monday, March 1, 2010 - 22:35 in Health & Medicine

In underserved areas like North Philadelphia, existing research shows a nearly 10 percent higher smoking rate than in the general population, with a lower quit rate to boot. The consequences of this public health problem are magnified for new mothers that smoke, as they also expose their babies to the ill effects of second-hand smoke.

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