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QUITTING facts


Fact:
The prevalence of current cigarette smoking among U.S. high school students increased from 27.5% in 1991 to 36.4% in 1997.

Source:  1997 Youth Risk Behavior Survey Mortality & Morbidity Report, 4/3/98. V.47. N.12


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If a person has smoked regularly for a few weeks or longer and abruptly stops using tobacco or significantly reduces the amount smoked, withdrawal symptoms will occur, usually within a few hours of the last cigarette and peak about 48 to 72 hours later.
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