More U.S. teens seeing e-cigarette ads

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(Reuters Health) – A large and growing proportion of U.S. teens are seeing e-cigarette ads in stores, online, on television and in newspapers and magazines, a recent study suggests.

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More U.S. teens seeing ads for E-cigarettes He said that when e-cigarette ads are aimed at the young, «the problem is exacerbated and more exposure to ads that glamorize e-cigarettes will

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By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) – A large and growing proportion of U.S. teens are seeing e-cigarette ads in stores, online, on television and in newspapers and magazines, a recent study suggests.

More U.S. teens seeing e-cigarette ads | Reuters

(Reuters Health) – A large and growing proportion of U.S. teens are seeing e-cigarette ads in stores, online, on television and in newspapers and magazines, a recent study suggests.

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By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) A large and growing proportion of U.S. teens are seeing e-cigarette ads in stores, online, on television and in newspapers and magazines, a recent study suggests

More U.S. Teens Seeing Ads for E-Cigarettes

THURSDAY, March 15, 2018 (HealthDay News) — A new report finds the number of American teens who view ads extolling the pleasures of e-cigarettes is on the rise. Since studies show that ads for tobacco products are tied to upticks in use, the trend is worrisome, according to researchers from the U.S

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More U.S. Teens Seeing Ads for E-Cigarettes. March 15, 2018, at 2:00 p.m. More. He said that when e-cigarette ads are aimed at the young, «the problem is exacerbated and more exposure to ads

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More U.S. Teens Seeing Ads for E-Cigarettes March 15, 2018 Health News Feed HealthDay THURSDAY, March 15, 2018 (HealthDay News) — A new report finds the number of American teens who view ads extolling the pleasures of e-cigarettes is on the rise.