Health officials recommend England's students learn about tobacco

02/24/2010 | BBC

Public-health advisers in England suggest that schools include lessons in tobacco as part of an effort to curb youth smoking. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence recommends the lessons be included in various subjects and touch on the legal, economic and social issues that surround smoking.

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