This study finds that early, substantive dialogue between parents and their grade-school age children about the ills of tobacco and alcohol use can be more powerful in shaping teen behaviour than advertising, marketing or peer pressure.
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This study finds that parental influence can be more powerful in shaping teen decision to use tobacco and alcohol or engage in other risky behaviours than advertising, marketing or peer pressure.
The RAND report shows that children in Britain are more exposed to alcohol promotion than adults and need much stronger protection.
A new analysis conducted by the Rand Corporation for the European Commission suggests that children in Britain are more exposed to alcohol promotion than adults and need much stronger protection.
Misleading adverts claiming that a brand of electronic cigarettes is 'completely harmless' have been banned.
BBC reports that labelling on bottles of organic beer made by former F1 World Champion Jody Scheckter breaks rules on appealing to children.
Teenagers familiar with TV alcohol ads are more likely to have tried alcohol and to have engaged in binge drinking
David Jernigan from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health discusses online advertising to potential under-age drinkers.
Effects of alcohol placement in TV shows on different types of viewer.