Thursday 31 May 2012
Rise in female and teenage smokers after five years of French smoking ban
According to government statistics, 73,000 French people die every year from smoking related illnesses
Reuters/Susana Vera
By Alison Hird

It’s international no-smoking day. Despite a ban on smoking in all public places in France including bars, restaurants and the workplace, about 30 per cent of French people continue to drag on a fag. Indeed, the number of female and teenage smokers has actually increased since 2007 when the ban was introduced.

tags : France - Health - Smoking
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