"Home Smoking Bans Among U.S. Households with Children and Smokers"
Background: Public health campaigns have reduced the exposure of U.S. children to secondhand
smoke at home; however, these may not have been equally effective across subgroups.
Purpose: To examine prevalence of home smoking bans among U.S. households with both children
and smokers, over time and by demographic subgroups.
Methods: The Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey (TUS-CPS) is a nationally...
Authors: Alice Mills, Martha White, John Pierce, Karen Messer, Kai wen Cheng, James Lightwood, Stanton Glantz