Resource #950 - NSDUH Report May 17, 2007
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NSDUH Report May 17, 2007
Among adults aged 18 to 64 who were currently employed full time, 29.1 percent smoked cigarettes during the past month. Females aged 18 to 64 who were employed full time were more likely to have missed at least 1 day of work in the past month due to illness or injury than their male counterparts. Among adults aged 18 to 64 who were employed full time, past month cigarette smokers were more likely to have missed work on 5 or more days in the past month due to illness or injury than those who did not smoke cigarettes in the past month (4.2 vs. 3.0 percent).
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•   Drug Abuse
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•   Tobacco
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