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Kids copy what they see. Keep their movies smoke-free!

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Published on May 26, 2016

A number of studies have shown that tobacco in movies makes kids and teens more likely to try smoking. Unfortunately, kids in Ontario are exposed to a lot of onscreen smoking. The majority of movies that include smoking are rated for kids and teens. To learn more about smoking in movies visit: www.smokefreemovies.ca Video created and edited by the following members of the Health Education and Advocacy Team, a youth volunteer group with the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit, and in partnership with Project Video Inc.: Scout Sheldrick, Maggie Stoyles, Jessica Finelli, Miles Schmidt, Uzair Cheema, Prachi Gajaar, Jasmine Muszik, Emilia Tefler-Hussey, Kaelan Sullivan, Noah Kahin & Devon Shewfelt.
For more information visit www.smokefreemovies.ca

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