This section provides everything you need to effectively communicate about how large, picture-based health warning labels on tobacco packages are an essential component of a strategy to reduce tobacco use.
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Graphic warning labels work better than ones with text warnings only because they give a more memorable and negative view of smoking.
The U.S. hasn’t updated health warning labels in 31 years!
Plain packaging combined with large graphic warning labels doesn’t give big tobacco a chance to spread their lies.
If graphic warning labels didn’t work, the tobacco industry wouldn’t fight so hard against them.
Ever wondered what the images on the cigarette packs really want to say to you?
Why is Big Tobacco fighting graphic warning labels so hard? Because they reduce tobacco use and their profits.
The Philippines are one step closer to being tobacco-free. The new graphic warning labels are strong, impactful, and poignant.
Big tobacco lost another crucial legal bid to stop this life-saving measure. The message is loud and clear – plain packaging works, and it is here to stay.
If graphic warning labels didn’t work, big tobacco wouldn’t fight so hard against them.
Unsurprisingly, smokers hated Australia’s plain packaging and graphic warning labels. So they quit using tobacco.
Images are powerful. Graphic warning labels are an proven way to deter tobacco use.