Fewer parents smoke when pediatricians offer tobacco screening, treatment
(Reuters Health) – Parents who smoke may be more likely to quit when they receive tobacco screening and smoking cessation treatment from their child's pediatrician than when they don't get this support, a new study suggests. Reuters Health News
In Charge of Animal Disease Study, and Surveillance Bureau, expert on Disease Study, Surveillance, Early Warning/Response, Client Training, and Development. Executive Officer for projects avoiding spread of diseases. Works at Iran Veterinary Organization; Veterinarian, 2000 - present.