What The Study Did: Disparities in mortality associated with wealth were larger than disparities associated with education, occupation, income or childhood socioeconomic status, however the disparity between never and current smokers was the largest according to this study involving 6,300 U.S. adults.
Authors: Dana A. Glei, Ph.D., of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., is the corresponding author.
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