I don't see young people smoking nearly as much as even a decade ago.
When I say young people, I meant people in their late teens to mid 20's.
Actually, it's down to 18%
Even better, from the article link....
Increases in cigarette prices reduce smoking rates significantly, especially for adolescents. A 10% price increase can cut overall cigarette consumption in young adults by about 4%, according to the CDC.
States with more restrictive limits on teenagers purchasing tobacco also have lower adult smoking rates, especially among women, according to a Washington University study published in the American Journal of Public Health on June 13.
So there were about 46 million smokers, now there's about 45 million smokers.
Sugar, chocolate and alcohol are fine in moderation. Tobacco is not. People do need to exhibit some form of self-moderation.
My own order of preference:
1. Rite Aid
2. Duane Reade
Surely one could smoke a cigarette once in a while and not get lung cancer.
Quote:Surely one could smoke a cigarette once in a while and not get lung cancer.
I doubt it. It is an addictive drug.
She was good with smoke rings too, and you have to inhale to do that.
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