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Integrating Evidence-Based Clinical and Community Strategies to Improve Health - Figure 3

Adult Smoking Prevalence: Massachusetts vs. 40 U.S. Statesa

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 a Statistically significant (p<.05)

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Two line graphs illustrate the percentages of Massachusetts and "Other U.S." adults who smoked tobacco products from 1990 through 2005.

Adult Smoking Prevalence: Data Points
Year United States Massachusetts
1990 23.0 24.1
1991 23.1 22.9
1992 22.2 23.5
1993 22.6 21.1
1994 22.7 22.3
1995 22.4 22.7
1996 23.4 22.7
1997 23.2 20.6
1998 22.9 21.1
1999 22.6 20.2
2000 23.2 19.9
2001 22.8 19.5
2002 23.0 18.9
2003 22.0 19.1
2004 20.8 18.5
2005 20.5 18.1

 

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Internet Citation: Integrating Evidence-Based Clinical and Community Strategies to Improve Health - Figure 3. U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. September 2016.
https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/Page/Name/integrating-evidence-based-clinical-and-community-strategies-to-improve-health---figure-3

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