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Smoking among middle-class women in England up by 25% in 10 years – study

  • The number of younger middle-class women smoking has risen by 25% in the past decade, as per research funded by Cancer Research UK.
  • A study published in BMC Medicine reveals smoking rates among women aged 18-45 from higher socioeconomic backgrounds increased from 12% to 15% between 2013 and 2023, while overall rates decreased.
  • Conversely, disadvantaged women of the same age saw a decrease in smoking rates from 29% to 22%, while men's smoking rates remained steady across all backgrounds.
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