Brains of teens who smoke cigarettes reveal early signs of addiction


From medicalxpress.com: A new study by UCSF’s Mark Rubinstein, MD, finds that the threshold for nicotine addiction in teenagers might be much lower than is commonly believed.
The results are significant, he adds, “because it has been shown that people who begin smoking in adolescence are more likely to become lifelong smokers than people who start smoking later in life.”
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