Onenewsnow.com (California) November 19, 2010
"A change in cigarette packaging may prevent some young people from smoking, but one doctor doesn't think it will be enough to solve the problem of addiction.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced it will make the first key changes to cigarette packaging in a quarter-century, requiring packages to contain health warning labels that feature graphic drawings or photos, along with text cautioning that smoking kills and is addictive. The top 20 percent of cigarette ads must also contain notice about the dangerous effects of smoking." Read More