(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana health officials report that the state's youth smoking rates have reached "historic new lows" among middle school-and high school-aged students.
The 2008 Indiana Youth Tobacco survey released today (Thursday) indicates smoking among high school students dropped from 23.2 percent in 2006 to 18.3 percent in 2008, a decline of 21 percent.
Among middle school students, the rates fell even more dramatically from 7.7 percent to just 4.1 percent for the same time period, a 47 percent decline.
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