Cigarette companies like Newport often depict teenagers and young adults in an enticing way. Newport ads display young people being as exuberant as possible and care-free without showing the real hazards of smoking; a small warning box is at the base of the ads which is not noticeable unless you are looking for it and is not intimidating in any way. Even after seeing the warning box, the viewer is still attracted and interested and curious some may even anticipate cigarettes will develop a better life possibly hoping they can be merry just like that guy in that newport advertisement who has probably never smoked a cigarette. Teenagers are oblivious to the increased risk of lung cancer,heart disease and emphysema, yellow teeth skin, and nails, bad breath,constant presence of phlegm,smell on almost everything.Irritating cough.fatigue without doing much physical activity, Migraines. Weak immune(system.increased heart ...
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