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Young Smokers Try 'Binging' Approach

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Young Smokers Try 'Binging' Approach

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Young Smokers Try 'Binging' Approach

Young Smokers Try 'Binging' Approach

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The rate of smoking is still highest among young adults and college students. Surveys show that they know smoking is bad for them. But their smoking patterns are different than earlier generations: they binge, then don't smoke for periods of time.

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