Smoking: Messages On Cigarette Packs May Be Counterproductive

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In June, President Obama signed a law requiring tobacco companies to post large, graphic warnings on cigarette packs. However, new research suggests that, for a certain set of smokers, those allusions to death may actually increase the likelihood they'll light up.

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