CDC: U.S. smoking rate drops below 20%

11/14/2008 | Reuters

A CDC report says the number of U.S. adults who smoke has dropped below 20% for the first time on record but also states that smoking is linked to 443,000 deaths annually. The report says the economic burden of smoking on the U.S. has reached $193 billion annually.

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