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U.S. cancer rates are still decreasing, mainly as a result of a drop in cigarette smoking among men.

Source:  Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer, 1973-1997, rex.nci.nih.gov/massmedia/pressreleases/cancer_decline.html


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A new study reported that mothers who smoked during pregnancy indicated that their toddlers exhibited more negative behaviors -- impulsiveness, risk-taking, and rebelliousness -- than mothers who did not smoke during pregnancy.
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GambleOak says:

photoIt may seem silly at first, but write a 'goodbye old cigarette' letter and keep it on you. It really helps to say so long and farewell - I want to live!
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