Most smokers start smoking during childhood and two-thirds of the people who smoke early smoke regularly thereafter, the inspection published in The BMJ said.
London: The legal age building for tobacco purchase from 18 to 21 years is likely to reduce levels of young people 's smoking and suggest smoke – free experts.
Most smokers start smoking during childhood and two-thirds of early smokers regularly smoke regularly later, said the survey published in BMJ.
Increasing legal age to 21 would make it more difficult for children to take cigarettes and their legal age over the school age, Nicholas Hopkinson, an analyst from London Imperial College, said.
“Smoking is the body of a body that is spread within peer groups, and the age increases the younger generation from entering older school pupils who smoke.
He stressed that getting stop is not helping smokers, that is preventing young people from taking up smoking.
Hopkinson also suggested that a "waste" tax situation helps about $ 198 million a year from tobacco manufacturers to pay for a set of evidence-based tobacco control policies.
This could include an licensing scheme for tobacco products, which could help with underage sales. It would also make it easier to sell sales from people who break the law, "said Hopkinson.
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