Many physicians following own advice about not smoking
Physicians apparently continue to be right up at the front of the nonsmoking brigades.
In the United States, only 14% of physicians are now smokers, says Jeremiah Stamler, MD, of Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago. Stamler points particularly to a study by James E. Enstrom, PhD, of the School of Public Health, University of California, Los Angeles, that reported a dramatic decline in the percentage of California physicians who smoke. The decline was from 53% in 1950 to about 10%...