Review Shows Teens Continue to Light Up Despite Anti-smoking Programs


Most public schools have programs urging kids not to smoke; it’s one requirement for getting federal education funds. Those programs have to be based on research. But that doesn’t necessarily mean they work. A review of school prevention programs used in Wisconsin and other states indicates a lot of teens end up smoking anyway, even though they were given reasons not to. Shamane Mills reports…

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