Only this denial has to do with smoking.
A survey released by the University of California San Diego (UCSD) reported the following.
- A large number of participants who said they use cigarettes
- Also reported they do not consider themselves smokers
Smokers who are not smokers?
Published online in Tobacco Control, an international peer review journal, the survey offered some interesting results, as illustrated in the infographic below.
The survey has researchers pausing.
- Just how many “non-smokers” are really non-smokers?
- Could there be many more smokers than previously thought?
I am not much of a gambler, but this is one bet I would view as a sure thing.
It’s like weighing yourself a year ago – before you gained 50 pounds — and swearing you are still a size 8.
What you don’t know (or won’t admit), can’t hurt you. Right?
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