Section B. Counseling Young People about the Dangers of Smoking. Adolescent and Adult Smokers. Adolescent and adult smokers know they are addicted and want to quit Many have tried to quit without success Younger smokers are less likely to think there are resources to help
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Counseling Young People about the Dangers of Smoking
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Source: AAP Tobacco Policy, forthcoming, 2009.
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