Flavoured tobacco popular with Canadian teens: survey
Half of the teenagers who smoked in the past month used a flavored tobacco product, according to a survey on youth smoking habits in Canada.
The survey, done by the Propel Centre for Population Health Impact at the University of Waterloo, on behalf of Health Canada, discovered that 50 per cent of high school students who had used tobacco within the past 30 days used flavored products.
That equates to half of the high school students (15 and over) who used tobacco products in the month before the survey was taken, or 137,000 students, the report noted.
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