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More tobacco retailers, smoking-related illness in poor neighborhoods

(Reuters Health) – Much of the variation in smoking rates across American cities can be explained by the higher density of tobacco retailers in poor, nonwhite neighborhoods, a study of the 500 largest U.S. cities suggests.

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