A new study reinforces the case for a new kind of smoking control strategy
Nov. 2, 2015
| By Mary Engel / Fred Hutch News Service
Public health campaigns that stigmatize smoking can backfire, according to a study published Monday, leading some people to become so angry and defensive that they refuse to quit and others feeling so bad about themselves that they give up trying.
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