‘High levels’ of Canadian teens using candy-flavored tobacco: report
TORONTO – They come in sweet flavors, such as strawberry, chocolate and watermelon, and in bright packaging that looks like lip gloss or markers for kids. Flavored tobacco use among high schoolers is picking up, a Canadian Cancer Society report is warning.
Fifty per cent of teens who have already picked up smoking are turning to flavored tobacco products, according to new polling numbers released by the national organization.
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