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                                Chinese junior middle school students smoking less: report

                                2020-06-01 03:41:00 GMT2020-06-01 11:41:00(Beijing Time) Xinhua English

                                Cigarette smoking among junior Chinese middle school students has declined in the past five years, says a newly-released survey report.

                                In 2019, 12.9 percent of junior middle school students said they have tried cigarettes, down 5 percent from 2014, said the report released by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

                                In addition, 69.9 percent of junior middle school students said they have heard of e-cigarettes in 2019, up 24.9 percent compared with 2014, the report said.

                                "For the sake of their own health and that of their families, teenagers should choose a healthy lifestyle and stay away from tobacco and e-cigarettes all their lives," said Jiang Hui, a health expert with the Peking University Third Hospital. 

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