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WHY DO GIRLS SMOKE By Smoking always has been trendy It goes back to black and white movies Not anymore though Glamour and smoking dont associate the way they did before Cigarettes are being scorned by todays hottest stars on and off the big screen Widely publicized health risks led to anti-smoking rules in restaurants offices malls and even in some bars People are staring to realize that not only is smoke bad for the smoker but its as bad as the person standing next to the smoker Smoking is starting to die out but girls are starting to smoke at a growing rate without knowing why A 1997 study by the Centers for Disease Control noted that 347 percent of girls identified themselves as smokers by the 12th grade 157 percent of 347 percent smoked frequently and the greater percentage of the new smokers were female There is the percentage and there is information but one thing is missing and that is the answer to why girls smoke Hundreds of studies and surveys have tried to answer this question But no matter what the numbers say something is still missing No one knows who and what to blame Why do girls really smoke More to the point whose fault is it A popular approach to understanding is the finger pointing approach Our easiest target the media As Christina Aguilera or Britney spears perform in front of a live audience or are seen on their music videos first thing you notice is their body The flat stomach or just the shape of the body Most girls want to look just like them Diets eating right or exercising is one way to get that but nicotine an appetite suppressant is a proven shortcut A recent study of 15000 kids ages from 9 to 14 Harvard university researchers found that the 17 percent of girls who
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