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According to the American Journal of Public Health, children age 12-17 had stronger intentions to smoke more after viewing ads encouraging parents to talk to their children about smoking. What do you think?
  • “I'm appalled when I think back to all those heartfelt discussions I had with my kids about the cool fresh taste of Salem Menthol Lights.”

    Joel Meyer
    Gunsmith
  • “Interesting. After reading the findings of this study, I have a strong urge to ignore them.”

    Cathy Wegman
    Systems Analyst
  • “Any chance they’ll start airing PSAs where parents tell their kids not to date the 50-year-old guy who works the night shift at Stop & Shop?”

    Brian Plumber
    Cashier
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