Smoking stays in the family

15th July 2005 at 01:00
Almost a third of primary pupils have tried cigarettes after watching their parents or siblings smoke. A study from the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation and Liverpool John Moores university found that more than half of all primary children live in a house with at least one smoker. Only 4 per cent cited peer pressure as their reason for experimenting with smoking.

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