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Andrew Seger is a student at Fordham University and an anchor and reporter for WFUV, the NPR affiliate based at the university.

  •  August 8, 2017 
More than half the world’s population — 63 percent — is covered by one or more comprehensive tobacco control measures. In the past 10 years alone, that number has more than doubled, says a new report from the World Health Organization on the “global tobacco epidemic.” An international push for policies, like strong graphic …

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