Are Your Kids More Likely to Smoke?

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By Molly Clifton

A new study finds children who have parents or older siblings who smoke are also more likely to smoke.

The research in the Journal Pediatrics finds up to about a third of children who grew up with smokers smoked in the past year.

Of the children with non-smoking parents, only 8 percent had a cigarette recently.
 



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