Smokin' Soldiers: A $3.7 million vide...

Smokin' Soldiers: A $3.7 million videogame aims to curb tobacco...

There are 1 comment on the Scientific American story from Apr 18, 2009, titled Smokin' Soldiers: A $3.7 million videogame aims to curb tobacco.... In it, Scientific American reports that:

Tobacco use among active-duty military personnel is almost double what it is in the civilian population, and while smoking has decreased overall in the U.S., it's been on the rise in the military since 2002.

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Since: Dec 08

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#1 Apr 19, 2009
1918..........the doughboys come home from the war and smoking became was the name of the basically shut down the anti-smokers back then........but smoking prohibition along with alcohol prohibition still became law.yet the military boyz destroyed think todays returning vets are gonna put up with your tobacco prohibitions........kiss our azzes aint happening.

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