Hookah smoking gains popularity among college students

04/5/2011 | Reuters

An online survey in North Carolina found that 40% of 3,770 college students had smoked tobacco from a hookah, while about 47% said they had tried cigarettes. Researchers said that although 22% of hookah smokers reported they had not yet smoked a cigarette, they still face health risks from hookah smoke, which contains tar, carbon monoxide and other toxic compounds.

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