Study examines cigarette warnings that can prompt smokers to quit

05/27/2011 | Google

A survey conducted in 14 countries found that more than 50% of smokers in six countries thought of smoking cessation upon seeing health warnings on tobacco products, while 25% of smokers in another seven countries said the same. The study, published by the CDC, also indicated that warnings that used pictures or graphics of adverse health effects of smoking as well as those that can be easily seen were most likely to prompt smokers to try to kick the habit.

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