Do picture warnings on cigarettes increase quit attempts?
from Medical News Today
In 2012, the tobacco industry spent $9.17 billion on advertising for cigarettes - the equivalent of more than $1 million every hour. Meanwhile, more than 16 million living Americans have a disease caused by smoking, and worldwide, tobacco use causes almost 6 million deaths per year. In the wake of such astonishing statistics, a new study examines whether picture warnings on cigarette packs are more effective than text-only warnings in encouraging smokers to quit.
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