Negative Anti-Smoking Ads May Overlook Intended Audience

There are 1 comment on the MediLexicon story from Nov 10, 2011, titled Negative Anti-Smoking Ads May Overlook Intended Audience. In it, MediLexicon reports that:

Younger adults who generally feel anxious tend to immediately avoid anti-smoking videos that describe how cigarettes can lead to death, disease and harm to others, before considering the message, according to a new University of Georgia study.

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Hugh Jass

Nashville, TN

#1 Nov 12, 2011
Honey/vinegar. Yup. Makes sense.

It would be interesting to hear smokers claiming "They don't feel THAT good!" instead of the current rants and denials regarding the harmfulness of smoking/SHS.

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