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More teens smoking 'little cigars,' cigarillos

7:18 PM, Dec. 28, 2013
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They come in flavors including bubble gum, chocolate and cookie dough. In some cases, the shiny, brightly colored packaging makes them look like candy. They're sometimes even found in the candy aisle.

Teenagers who won't pay $6 to $8 for a pack of cigarettes might be tempted to fork over 99 cents to try a flavored little cigar or cigarillo.

That combination of factors is what makes them so dangerous, especially to teenagers, said Judy Burrows, chronic disease prevention program director for the Marathon County Health Department. ...

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