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CDC Studying Anti-Smoking Ad Outcome

The CDC is trying to find out how well a $54 million campaign of emotional ads to scare smokers into quitting worked, researchers said.
MedPage Today
added Sep 25, 2012 13:52
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Anti-smoking campaign by the CDC -- did it help?

There's a good chance the $54-million campaign by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention did have an effect, an article in the Annals of Internal Medicine reports. But it was short -- just three months long. And the impressive-sounding $54 millio
Los Angeles Times
added Sep 25, 2012 12:56
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CDC Studying Anti-Smoking Ad Outcome

The CDC is trying to find out how well a $54 million campaign of emotional ads to scare smokers into quitting worked, researchers said.
MedPage Today
added Sep 24, 2012 18:18
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FINDINGS FROM CDC’S NATIONAL ADULT TOBACCO SURVEY SHOWS SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER PREVALENCE OF TOBACCO USE AMONG LGBT RESPONDENTS VERSUS GENERAL POPULATION

The Network for LGBT Health Equity
added Sep 24, 2012 12:53
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Sweet, Cheap and Colorful – No Wonder Some Cigars Are Popular with Kids

Cigar smoking jumps among African-American teens
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Aug 14, 2012 15:21
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Teens and Tobacco Use: Why Declines in Youth Have Stalled

Tobacco use in dropped sharply between 1997 and 2003, but since then the rate of decline has slowed. Between 2009 and 2011, it nearly ground to a halt. Why?
TIME Magazine
added Aug 12, 2012 18:55
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[Connecticut] Blumenthal Statement On CDC's New Report About Youth Smoking

"Today, the CDC has released new evidence that proves we must redouble our efforts against big tobacco. Declines in cigarette smoking among our youth are only buffered by increases in other forms of tobacco use - like flavored cigars,"
US Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT)
added Aug 12, 2012 17:24
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More Kids Say 'No' to Tobacco, CDC Says

Teens are more likely to turn down tobacco now than they were a decade ago, but rates of decline have slowed, government researchers said.
MedPage Today
added Aug 12, 2012 14:33
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Study finds slowing drop in youth tobacco use

The once-rapid decline in tobacco use among young people has slowed as cash-strapped states slash funding for anti-smoking campaigns, a federal study released on Thursday showed.
Reuters
added Aug 9, 2012 17:50
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Gradual drop in youth tobacco use continues, but significant problem areas remain

Surgeon General's Report outlines key steps to further reducing tobacco use among youth
CDC - Centers for Disease Control
added Aug 9, 2012 17:24
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