Figure 2.14. Percentage of girls aged 10-17 years and young women aged 18-22 years who smoked during the past week who reported selected symptoms of nicotine withdrawal during previous attempts to stop smoking, by quantity of cigarettes smoked, Teenage Attitudes and Practices Survey II, United States, 1993.

Figure 2.14. Percentage of girls aged 10-17 years and young women aged 18-22 years who smoked during the past week who reported selected symptoms of nicotine withdrawal during previous attempts to stop smoking, by quantity of cigarettes smoked, Teenage Attitudes and Practices Survey II, United States, 1993

From: Chapter 2. Patterns of Tobacco Use Among Women and Girls

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