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Smoking-related deaths higher for people with mental disorder

Russell Callaghan in the Dr. Donald R. Rix Northern Health Sciences Centre (Photo Credit: UNBC)

A new study from the University of Northern B.C. has made a link between mental disorders and tobacco-related illness.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with Russell Callaghan, Associate Professor at the Northern Medical Program.

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For more, visit UNBC-led study: Individuals with Psychiatric Disorders More Likely to Die from Tobacco-Related Diseases

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