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Job strain and tobacco smoking: an individual-participant data meta-analysis of 166 130 adults in 15 european studies

Bibliographic reference Heikkilä, Katriina ; Nyberg, Solja T. ; Fransson, Eleonor I. ; De Bacquer, Dirk ; Bjorner, Jakob B. ; et. al. Job strain and tobacco smoking: an individual-participant data meta-analysis of 166 130 adults in 15 european studies. In: PLoS One, Vol. 7, no.7, p. e35463 (2012)
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