Tobacco Chewing Among Rural Kadazan Women in Sabah, Malaysia
The prevalence and practice of tobacco chewing among Kadazan women residing in rural Sabah, a Malaysian state on Borneo Island is documented to bring attention to an underestimated threat among indigenous people who grow tobacco.
KeywordsPublic Health Health Risk Prevalence Rate Intervention Programme Indigenous People
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