New Ad Campaign Shows Teens the Real Cost of Smoking

A little fear mixed with vanity dramatizes health consequences

The Food and Drug Administration is hoping a little fear can go a long way in warning teens of the cost of smoking. In the agency's first national public education campaign ads dramatize the health consequences of smoking mixed with a little bit of vanity to convince teens not to smoke.

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