WHO Calls For Films Showing Smoking To Carry Adult Ratings To Protect Young People

U.N. News Centre: Films with on-screen smoking should carry warnings to protect children — U.N. health agency
“Noting that films showing on-screen smoking have enticed millions of young people around the world into tobacco addiction, the United Nations health agency today called for them to be rated and display warnings to save children from subsequent disability and death…” (2/1).

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