...And Tobacco Is One Of The Big CulpritsGene Koretz
Among the many factors contributing to the indifferent health of low-income Americans, notes economist Jeffrey E. Harris of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is the prevalence of smoking. "Cigarette smoking is now responsible for a fifth of all deaths in the U.S. annually, and the poor are the heaviest smokers," he says.
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