Here's some good end-of-year news: Youth smoking rates fell to record lows in 2013.

That's the news from an annual government report, Monitoring the Future, that found that overall youth smoking declined significantly in 2013, and that smoking rates fell to record lows for all three grades surveyed — grades 8, 10 and 12. 

It marks the third consecutive year that youth smoking has declined significantly.

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