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| IBNlive (India) (19 Feb 2014)
A romantic movie...subtly drives home tobacco harms and makes a public commitment against onscreen smoking.
Bill Hockenberry | The Takeaway (PRI) (6 Feb 2014)
Stan Glantz: Movies are the major place that kids get pro-tobacco media exposure.
Monte Morin | Los Angeles Times (27 Jan 2014)
Report: Too many youth-rated films contain harmful images of tobacco use.
Janet Golden | The Philadelphia Inquirer (26 Jan 2014)
Seven states spend more subsidizing movies that promote smoking to kids than they spend to fight smoking.
Nancy Brown | Huffington Post (25 Jan 2014)
National health groups: We call on Netflix and others in entertainment to minimize the mythology around smoking.
Ravi Jaipaul | Think Africa Press (25 Jan 2014)
Tobacco companies advertise heavily in youth-friendly magazines, movies and social media in developing countries.
Katy Healey | Omaha World-Herald (21 Jan 2014)
Eliminating smoking in PG-13 movies would...lower adolescent smoking by as much as 20 percent.
Surgeon General: 'Sex and the City,' movies that glamorize lighting up...a factor in rise in smoking
Jake and Metzger Tapper Jessica | The Lead (CNN) (17 Jan 2014)
Report says that young people are being exposed to 14.9 billion tobacco impressions in youth-rated films.
Aliah Git | CBS This Morning (16 Jan 2014)
Four US senators fired off angry letters to NBC and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.