Every year less people choose to take up cigarette smoking and more people quit. That is, with one exception, America’s college and university students. Every year, what is becoming an epidemic on college campuses is left unnoticed. Kari Harris, a researcher at the University of Montana, is working to discover the unique situation that starts and keeps college students smoking at abnormal levels. Find out what Dr. Harris has to say and listen to college smokers fire back, as DRAG explores what might be our nation’s least known public health problem: college smoking.
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