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Study Urges Physicians To Prevent Youth Smoking

There’s new research from the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care on smoking. It calls for action by primary care physicians to prevent smoking in children and teens. The task force is an independent group. The study is the first guideline from the task force on tobacco use by children and youth ages 5 to 18. Studies show 18 percent of Canadian youth between grades 6 and 12 have tried cigarettes. 3 percent have tried cigarettes by grade 6 and nearly 36 percent by grade 12. Dr.
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