Tobacco or Health?
Physiological and Social Damages Caused by Tobacco Smoking
From the reviews of the second edition:
“This is a book for every person who has an interest or has been affected by tobacco in their lives, whether physicians, sociologists, economists, teachers, or members of the media. The authors are highly regarded researchers. … This is a detailed account of the history of tobacco usage, the pathophysiology, the social ramifications, the comorbid conditions associated with smoking that are not intuitively recognized, the addiction problems, and finally prevention. … It is an important addition to every scholastic library.” (Vincent F. Carr, Doody’s Review Service, March, 2010)
“Haustein and Groneberg set out to compile such an extensive compendium of scientific knowledge in a single volume of 455 pages. … this book provides a detailed and heavily referenced description of the contemporary state of the relevant science. … each chapter is fully loaded with wonderfully enlightening tidbits. … This book is an excellent research compendium, convenient to use, and clinically helpful.” (Jeffrey Brent, Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 304 (21), December, 2010)