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29 October 2010

Night owls more likely to smoke

Night owls may be more likely than early birds to smoke, and less likely to kick the habit over time, a new study suggests.

Night owls may be more likely than early birds to smoke, and less likely to kick the habit over time, a new study suggests.

The findings, reported in the journal Addiction, do not necessarily mean that there is something about being a night person that raises smoking risk.

 

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