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Washington (CNN) -- Nine new graphic cigarette warning labels were unveiled Tuesday by the Food and Drug Administration, part of the agency's sweeping new powers to regulate tobacco and tobacco products.
Cigarette packages will now carry one vivid color image and one of these warnings about the consequences of smoking: "Cigarettes are addictive"; "Tobacco smoke can harm your children"; "Cigarettes cause fatal lung disease"; "Cigarettes cause cancer"; "Cigarettes cause strokes and heart disease"; "Smoking during pregnancy can harm your baby"; "Smoking can kill you"; "Tobacco sm
Originally posted by mblahnikluver
reply to post by theUNKNOWNawaits
Ha when I was in Italy and even the London airport all their cigarette packs said "SMOKING KILLS" is huge black letters in a white band around the pack. I actually bought Marlboro Lights in Italy just so I could have that pack.
It makes me laugh in a sense how they are always like "smoking kills" and all their negative adds for what it does yet it's still legal and other things are illegal. If it's so dangerous why is it legal then?!