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U.S. youth tobacco use in 2016 fell by largest amount in 6 years
by Toni Clarke
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15 June 2017
On 15 June 2017 Reuters reported:
Youth tobacco use in the United States fell to historic lows in 2016, leading public health experts to speculate that a smoke-free generation may be within reach. The number of high school students who smoked cigarettes in the 30 days prior to being surveyed fell to 8 percent from 9.3 percent in 2015, the data shows. In 2011 the number was 15.8 percent. The decline in e-cigarette use was even greater . . .
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