Graphic warnings increase thoughts of quitting

The introduction of graphic health warnings on cigarette packs has increased intentions to quit, a study from Melbourne shows. The survey of 5,000 adult smokers found evidence that smokers were more likely to show short-term increases in quitting intentions, and to engage in quitting behaviours after implementation of the packaging changes. Smokers surveyed as standardised ...

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