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Majority of College Smokers Don't Quit
Health Psychology, April 2004

Almost 90 percent of college students who were daily smokers and 50 percent of occasional smokers were still smoking four years later, according to a study.

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Active Reading Questions

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    According to your textbook, in order to quit smoking, which of the following should you do?
    a) Make sure your environment is conducive to quitting by removing temptations and reminders.
    b) Develop alternative behaviors to deal with cravings.
    c) Ease nicotine withdrawal with nicotine replacements such as gum.
    d) All of the above.
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    Which of the following are long-term effects of smoking?
    a) respiratory damage such as emphysema
    b) circulatory damage such as atherosclerosis
    c) shortening of the telomeres on chromosomes
    d) all of the above
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    The article states that 90 percent of those who were daily smokers in college continue to smoke 4 years later; whereas, 50 percent of occasional smokers still smoked 4 years later. What is the significance of this data?
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