Teens say they'll still smoke despite scary warnings
We’ve all seen the warnings on cigarette packets—pictures of diseased body parts and rotting teeth—but just how effective are they at getting people to quit smoking? When it comes to teenagers—not very it seems. A new study by the University of Fribourg found that despite the warnings 73 percent of teenagers say they’ll still be smoking in five years time. WRS’s Dave Goodman spoke to psycholinguist Pascal Gygax who headed up the study:
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