miércoles, 26 de marzo de 2014 – 26 de marzo de 2014 - EEUU

When it comes to tobacco, smokeless doesn't mean harmless

Chew and spit, dip and spit.

One in eight male high school students in Colorado engage in some form of smokeless tobacco — chew or loose tobacco, plug, snus (pronounced "snoose") or snuff. Health data show that while 3.7 percent of adults in the state say they chew tobacco, 12.9 percent of high school boys use some form of smokeless tobacco.

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