Popular Kids Are More Likely to Smoke

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By Molly Grady

Being popular in high school may lead to bad habits.

Researchers looked at nearly 2,000 students and found kids considered popular are more likely to smoke.

The study in the Journal of Adolescent Health also found students are more likely to smoke if their friends do.
 



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