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[UK] Teenagers influenced by video games with alcohol and smoking content

have carried out the first ever analysis of best-selling video games to find out the extent to which the games include this content and to assess the link between playing the games and drinking and smoking behaviour.
University of Nottingham (uk)
added Mar 5, 2017 20:18
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[UK] Teenagers influenced by video games with alcohol, smoking content

Images and references to alcohol and tobacco in popular video games may be influencing UK teens who play the games and the age restriction system is not working, according to a new study.
ScienceDaily
added Mar 5, 2017 20:14
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Alcohol and Tobacco Content in UK Video Games and Their Association with Alcohol and Tobacco Use Among Young People [FREE FULL TEXT]

Content analysis identified substantial substance content in a sample of those games. Adolescents who play these video games are more likely to have experimented with tobacco and alcohol.
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking (uk)
added Mar 5, 2017 20:13
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[UK] 'There's no smoking on set and I'm not doing tequila shots like this one!'

the new judge on My Kitchen Rules...Darren Robertson...When talking about what kind of judge he'll be, he joked: 'There is no smoking on set and I'm not doing tequila shots like this one!'
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Feb 22, 2017 19:26
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How anti-smoking ads went from ‘just say no’ to ‘damn the man’

During Sunday’s Grammys, two public service ads made a jarring argument for quitting smoking: Essentially, that Big Tobacco hates black people...framing quitting smoking as an act of resistance against The Man is more effective than trying to make the ar
Fusion
added Feb 16, 2017 00:58
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[Asia, India] Anti-tobacco messages in films and TV shows are effective, but need better implementation: Study

Advisories and warning messages used in films to dissuade the use of tobacco and its products serve effective “when properly implemented” – a study conducted under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to evaluate the implementation of the ‘Film Rule
Scroll.in (in)
added Feb 13, 2017 14:35
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[Asia] Ministry of Health and Family Welfare launches report on India's tobacco-free film and television policy

a study to evaluate the implementation of the ?Film Rule?, under the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act (COTPA), talking about the influence of portraying smoking on-screen. The study finds that these messages, when properly implemented, are effec
ANI (in)
added Feb 13, 2017 14:34
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New Anti-Smoking Ad Starring Amanda Seales Highlights How Tobacco Companies Exploit Black Communities

The ad, which stars Insecure actress and comedienne Amanda Seales, accuses big tobacco executives of continuing to deliberately and disproportionately target marginalized groups, including Blacks, low income and LGBTQ communities and people who are mental
Essence Magazine
added Feb 13, 2017 03:41
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truth® Calls Out Tobacco Industry for Profiling Disguised as Target Marketing

During tonight’s 59th annual GRAMMY Awards, a new truth campaign called #STOPPROFILING will shine a light on how the tobacco industry deliberately singles out communities that already face adversity and inequality with aggressive marketing tactics that e
PR Newswire
added Feb 12, 2017 21:21
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[Asia, India] 22 percent of TV programmes depict tobacco use: Government study

Nearly 22 per cent of television programmes in India depict tobacco use and 71 per cent of these were broadcast when children and adolescents may have been watching even as an estimated one million deaths in the country are linked to tobacco, a government
Zee News (in)
added Feb 10, 2017 19:53
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