Tobacco smoking as a risk factor for depression. A 26-year population-based follow-up study
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A key question regarding the documented association between smoking and depression is whether it reflects a causal influence of smoking on depression; however, only a limited number of longitudinal studies exist in the literature, all of which have relatively short time frames. The purpose was to prospectively assess the risk of depression according to daily tobacco consumption in a Danish longitudinal study.
|Journal||Journal of Psychiatric Research|
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Feb 2011|