Youngsters spurn cigarettes

| December 16, 2016

no smokingFindings from the annual Health Survey of England suggest that today’s youngsters are less likely than those of previous generations to have smoked a cigarette or drunk alcohol before they turn 16 years of age, according to a story by Laura Donnelly for the Electronic Telegraph.

The latest survey of almost 14,000 adults and children, published by NHS Digital, shows that the numbers of children who have had a cigarette is the lowest on record.

The survey found that four percent of those aged 8 to 15 had tried a cigarette, compared with 19 percent of those of the same age in 2003.

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