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Study Shows Adolescents' Brains React Similarly to Smokers When Viewing E-Cigarette Ads
April 19, 2017
LAWRENCE, Kan., April 19 -- The University of Kansas issued the following news:

Electronic cigarettes have gained rapidly in popularity in recent years, with vaping stores popping up in cities across the country and advertisements touting them as a good-tasting way to quit smoking traditional cigarettes. A University of Kansas study has found that e-cigarette ads are just as appealing to both smokers and nonsmokers and that adolescents' brains react similarly to those who smoke w . . .

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