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  • Chinese People Now Smoking at Younger Age

    There are roughly 350 million smokers in China, of whom 50 million are young people, according to statistics from China's Ministry of Health. Three national tobacco surveys found that the smoking prevalence among Chinese youth has increased, and people start smoking at a younger and younger age....

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  • Study Shows Relationship Between Cigarette Use and Acne Intensity

    A recent study indicates that there is a significant association between cigarette smoking and the development and severity of acne lesions. According to one expert, acne patients who withdraw from cigarette smoking can improve their acne condition. Teenagers who is in the adolescence are origina...

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  • Smoking May Increase the Risk for Teen Asthma

    Smoking increases the risk for asthma in adolescents, especially for those without a history of allergies, according to the results of a prospective cohort study reported in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. "Although involuntary exposure to maternal smoking during ...

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  • Smoking Can Damage Teenage Brains Permanently

    Smoking can cause permanent damage to adolescent's developing brains, according to VU university researchers in the latest issue of Nature Neuroscience magazine. It is the first time that the effect of nicotine on adolescent brains has been researched and the results show smoking can "lead to co...

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