Experts say the drop in TV tobacco use has had half as much of an impact on falling smoking rates as the higher price of cigarettes.
(NBC) - A new study suggests less tobacco use on television may be linked to the fall in smoking rates over the past 50 years.
Researchers found that trend is mirrored by a sharp decline in the number of scenes involving smoking tobacco in prime time TV.
In fact, experts say the drop in TV tobacco use has had half as much of an impact on falling smoking rates as the higher price of cigarettes.
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