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SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL..Men, women smoke and quit differently

January 7, 2012
Salem News

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one in five adults aged 18 years and older smokes cigarettes, which is more common among men at 23.5 percent versus women at 17.9 percent. However, the gender gap continues to decrease between men and women, putting both sexes at risk from the dangers of smoking.

 
 

 

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