Increasing the minimum purchasing age may be the most straightforward way towards a tobacco-free generation
Australia is often described as a global leader in tobacco control. While this is true, it has taken two generations to reduce current smoking rates to around 15% of the population, and there is still a long way to go, especially in disadvantaged communities.
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