"Cigarette Smokers Make Lower College Grades than Nonsmokers"

May 11th, 2015
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Cigarette Smoking students have Lower College Grades than Non-smoking students Student NameInstructor NameCourse IDThe conclusion of the study is that currently, students are addicted to Cigarette in their early age even from 7th grade or as early as the age of 8 or 9 years. These smoking Children are not interested in school education than non-smoking children. If they are forcefully admitted to school they show lower grade point average and poor performance than non-smoking students. They steal on studies and classes to have cigarette fun with their fellow students. These teenagers also promote cigarette habits in other students. The use of tobacco material increases with the raise in their grades e.g.11th and 12th grade students are more addicted to cigarettes than 7th grade students and having very low GPAs. As depicted from the survey of Pennsylvania counties 22%

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