Posted by: prevention2 | September 22, 2010

YouTube used to push tobacco


According to the study, 71.2 percent of the 163 videos analyzed had pro-tobacco content, using themes like celebrities and movies, sports, music or archival footages (such as an ad using the Flintstones smoking Winston cigarettes). Of these videos, 71.2 percent contained the brand name of the tobacco product in the title.

Post by: Madison Park – CNNhealth.com Writer/Producer
Filed under: Smoking


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