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Study: Teens who see multiple smoking ads more likely to smoke

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Teens who see multiple tobacco ads are more likely to smoke, according to NBC News. Teens who see multiple tobacco ads are more likely to smoke, according to NBC News.

Teens who see multiple tobacco ads are more likely to smoke, according to NBC News.

Researchers in Germany followed more than 1,000 10- to 15-year-olds for more than two years.

Their findings concluded that peer pressure was the strongest smoking influence, but after that tobacco ads played a role.

Teens who saw the most tobacco ads were twice as likely to become smokers compared to those who saw the least.

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