Today is the 25th anniversary of World No Tobacco Day.
Do you know what's at stake?
According to the World Health Organization, 6 million people die from tobacco use each year around the world, and 600,000 of those deaths are from second-hand smoke.
A new report, released today by Gallup-Healthways, shows just who's still smoking in the U.S. -- and Kentucky is the state that tops the list. More than one in four people (27.6 percent) in the state reported smoking last year.
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