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Report Suggests U.S. Smoking at All-Time Low

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Report Suggests U.S. Smoking at All-Time Low

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Report Suggests U.S. Smoking at All-Time Low

Report Suggests U.S. Smoking at All-Time Low

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A new study shows that the rates of smoking among Americans fell to their lowest last year than at any other time since 1951. The nation' per capita consumption of tobacco has also fallen to levels not seen since the 1930s.

Guest:

Greg Connolly, Harvard professor of the practice of public health

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