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Hookah Smoking: A Rapidly Emerging Threat to the Health of the Nation's Young Adults

Researchers from New York University's College of Global Public Health and School of Medicine have published a new study on the growing epidemic of hookah use among America's youth and young adults. As reported today in Nicotine & Tobacco Research, the research finds that current waterpipe use has doubled among US adults in a very short time span.
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