UNC study: North Carolina leads U.S. in tobacco-free college campuses
The Chapel Hill Herald
North Carolina leads the nation in the number of college campuses that have voluntarily banned or severely restricted smoking, according to a study by UNC researchers. The study, published in the journal Tobacco Control, found that in the first four years of the North Carolina Tobacco-Free Colleges Initiative, 33 college campuses in North Carolina adopted tobacco-free policies, which prevent tobacco use to the maximum extent allowed by law.
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