Perceived discrimination affects teen smoking

01/21/2010 | DNA (India)

The perception of discrimination increases smoking by minority teenage boys but not minority girls, according to study data. Researchers said perceived discrimination had no impact on smoking by minority girls ages 12 to 15 and was linked to lower rates of smoking among girls ages 16 to 19.

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