African Hispanic and American adults smoking menthol cigarettes less likely to quit smoking, says study African American and Hispanic adults who smoke menthol cigarettes could be less most likely to quit smoking than those who smoke regular cigarettes, a new study by researchers at the UMDNJ-School of Public Health has discovered. The report, in the December problem of Preventive Medicine published, is thought to be the first ever to use national statistics to examine the association between menthol smokes and smoking cessation among adults Click to see more .
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