Flavoured tobacco products popular among Canadian students, study finds

Published On October 7, 2013 | By HN Staff | News
By Faiza Amin and Sandra De Grandis

A new study by the National Youth Survey says Canadian high school students are using flavoured tobacco products at a growing rate. The survey was coordinated at the Propel Centre for Population Health Impact, which is a partnership between the Canadian Cancer Society and the University of Waterloo. Faiza Amin and Sandra De Grandis have the details.


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