Fewer young male smokers, more teen girls puffing away


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PETALING JAYA: There may not be as many teenage female smokers in Malaysia compared with males, but their numbers are still worrying.

While 13- to 15-year-old male smokers have been decreasing in numbers over the past two decades, their female counterparts have risen slightly in number.

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