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One of America’s healthiest trends has had an unexpected side effect

The drop in smoking has coincided with another trend that isn't quite as encouraging. Image: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Roberto A. Ferdman

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Adult per capita cigarete consumption, 1900-2012
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