Kicking the can: Smokeless tobacco often overlooked but also hard to quit
North Dakota State University pharmacy student Paul Jilek said three years into his education, he's already learned plenty about helping people give up smoking. But he said that same level of focus doesn't seem to apply to all forms of tobacco, despite the health risks and addictive properties they all have whether inhaled through a cigarette or absorbed through a dip of chew.
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