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Everywhere you look, you see another person smoking. Whether it’s your favorite star, singer, or just your favorite relative, people are lighting up all over the place.

While it may seem like everyone is smoking, it isn’t really true. Most people in the United States don’t smoke. Look here to get the real scoop on what people are up to—and why you don’t need to feel like you’re smoke-free all alone.

 

 

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