Nearly a quarter of U-S adults are using tobacco products.
A national survey says one in five adults in the U-S was using some form of tobacco in 2015.
The CDC and the FDA did the study.
They found more than 85 percent of those questioned used cigarettes, cigars or a pipe.
The rest used E-cigarettes, chewing tobacco, or other forms of smokeless products.
The FDA says more action is needed to reduce the disease and deaths caused by cigarette use.
They say they're trying to regulate the nicotine content in cigarettes to make them minimally or non-addictive,
You can read more HERE.
In the meantime, if you want to quit smoking, you may want to consider a free site you can use on your phone, tablet or computer.
You can download a free stop smoking guide and you'll receive text messages to help you stop smoking.
The bilingual guide is at sfstopsmoking.org.
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