Anti-smoking public service announcements that utilize fear and guilt to convince smokers to quit may be less effective than softer, nostalgia-based announcements, according to a new study from Michigan State University.
The use of nostalgia-evoking imagery and content is often… Read More
In the U.S. there has been a noticeable decline in smoking rates, with the exception of three population groups: American Indians, those part of the LGBT community, and those with mental health issues. Amy Lukowski, Psy.D., director of Health Initiatives… Read More
A special report has been released on e-cigarettes from Nicotine and Tobacco Research which includes 12 original investigations, one brief report and three letters. The report covered topics pertaining to market trends in U.S. retail, the use of e-cigarettes among… Read More
There has been an enormous amount of publicity surrounding the tobacco market. From advertising, to sales of these products in convenience and even grocery stores across North America, to where and when you can smoke tobacco, to around whom, the… Read More