Could Your Risk of Smoking Be Genetic?

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By Molly Clifton

British researchers say people with a certain genetic profile are at a higher risk of getting hooked on cigarettes.

The study followed teenagers who smoked and found those with so called high risk genes were more likely to continue smoking as adults.



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