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Smoking Among Secondary School Children in 1992: An Enquiry Carried Out by Social Survey Division of OPCS on Behalf of the Department of Health, the Welsh Office and the Scottish Office Home and Health Department (Paperback)Great Britain: Office of Population Censuses and Surveys
Paperback Published: 01/10/1993
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How many secondary school children are regular smokers? How many cigarettes do they smoke on average in a week? Are they more likely to smoke if a member of their immediate family does? This report presents the findings of the sixth national survey of secondary-school children and their smoking habits. This year's survey also included a short section of questions about drinking to provide information about the amount and types of alcohol pupils drank, and two questions about solvent abuse were asked for the first time.