lunes, 21 de octubre de 2013 - 21 de octubre de 2013 - Canadá

Flavored tobacco is hooking our kids into the habit, study shows

TORONTO - Jamie unlaces his skates and prepares to decompress after a grueling hockey practice.

The 16-year-old North York student cools down as a shiny, colorful tin is passed around the changeroom.

They call it “dip” – another name for smokeless tobacco.

Sometimes the chewing tobacco alternates between regular, mint or wintergreen-flavored.

More than half of Jamie’s friends – many of whom play hockey – often grab a chunk of the blackened, crushed leaves.

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