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'Casual' Smoking Up for College Ages

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'Casual' Smoking Up for College Ages

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'Casual' Smoking Up for College Ages

'Casual' Smoking Up for College Ages

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A recent study shows large increases in the number of so-called casual smokers among people between the ages of 18 and 24. The findings are likely to lead to changes in anti-smoking promotional efforts. Minnesota Public Radio's Mary Stucky reports.