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Figure 2. From: Current Status of Tobacco Policy and Control.

Luca Paoletti, et al. J Thorac Imaging. 2012 July;27(4):213-219.
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Figure 3. From: Current Status of Tobacco Policy and Control.

In a more recent study that used a sophisticated eye-tracking methodology to assess exposure to the health warnings in advertising, 44% of adolescents asked to view cigarette advertisements did not even look at the warning label displayed on the advertisement (24). In 2009 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was given the authority by Congress to regulate tobacco products, including a mandate to update the current health warning labels on cigarettes (25). The FDA recommended that a series of pictorial health warnings appear on cigarette packs beginning in 2012 (see figures 1–3) (25). Studies in countries that have adopted pictorial pack warnings have found that they are more likely to be noticed, result in improved awareness of the health risks of smoking, and motivate quit attempts in comparison to the text only warnings (26).

Luca Paoletti, et al. J Thorac Imaging. 2012 July;27(4):213-219.
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Figure 1. From: Current Status of Tobacco Policy and Control.

In a more recent study that used a sophisticated eye-tracking methodology to assess exposure to the health warnings in advertising, 44% of adolescents asked to view cigarette advertisements did not even look at the warning label displayed on the advertisement (24). In 2009 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was given the authority by Congress to regulate tobacco products, including a mandate to update the current health warning labels on cigarettes (25). The FDA recommended that a series of pictorial health warnings appear on cigarette packs beginning in 2012 (see figures 1–3) (25). Studies in countries that have adopted pictorial pack warnings have found that they are more likely to be noticed, result in improved awareness of the health risks of smoking, and motivate quit attempts in comparison to the text only warnings (26).

Luca Paoletti, et al. J Thorac Imaging. 2012 July;27(4):213-219.

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