Smoker success

10th March 2000 at 00:00
ANTI-SMOKING adverts do discourage young people from beoming smokers, says new research.

A study in the American Journal of Public Health showed that if chilren aged 12 and 13 were exposed to the advertising they were less likely to take up the habit four years later than those who had not seen the adverts.

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