A push to keep teens away from tobacco continues Tuesday.
Research shows that one in three teens who continue to smoke through adulthood will eventually die from a smoking related disease.
That is according the American Lung Association.
The ALA has sponsored "Not On Tobacco". It's a program to get kids to stop smoking and teach them it's effects.
Local councilor at CLEAN, Jessica Carper, says they see kids as young as 14 signed up for the program.
Carper tells TV3, "I think a lot of tobacco products are easily accessible. Even if they're in the home or they see parents smoking. And also with tobacco ads, a lot of them target teenagers, making flavors, strawberry...peach. And it's really unfortunate that they're targeting those teenagers because they know, if they get them addicted from the very beginning or a young age, that addiction will carry on through adulthood."
The ten week session begins at 4 p.m. at CLEAN in Winchester.