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Posted Nov. 30, 2007

Susan Acker
Staff Writer

With risks of lung cancer, stroke, chronic lung disease, coronary heart disease and death, smoking is a very risky habit. Young adults are the target of the tobacco industry.

According to the American Cancer Society, smoking rates were declining from 1989 to 2005, but adults ages 18-24 now “have the fastest-growing rate of tobacco use and are the focus of tobacco company marketing efforts as the ‘smokers of the future.’”

“We don’t research habits and ask ‘what is smoking going to do to us?’” Cindy Denne, director of student health services, said.

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