Despite the risks, why do teens still smoke?

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“The real public impact is preventing teens from smoking— that remains the key, and one of the things that the furor over e-cigarettes can do is distract you from that debate,” Amy Fairchild, professor of sociomedical sciences at Columbia University, told Ever since the 1960s, when a U.S. Surgeon General’s report exposed the health risks of smoking, the question of why teens smoke still has public health advocates scratching their heads.

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