Freddie Dawson || 30th September 2015 || News analysis || Health and science | Marketing and Retailing | Geographies: Europe
While some critics fear that exposure to e-cigarettes and e-cig advertising among young people can lead to them taking up nicotine, a new study in Scotland suggests that awareness doesn’t always mean action.
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