CDC: Most U.S. smokers say they want to quit

11/10/2011 | Reuters

Almost 70% of adult smokers in the U.S. said they want to quit and more than half tried in 2010, according to data in the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Only about 6% succeeded in quitting, researchers said. The agency found that health insurance plays a positive role in an individual's ability to quit smoking.

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