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CDC Unveils New Anti-Smoking Ads
As a means to dissuade people from lighting up, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention unveiled new graphic ads, reported USA Today. Using real people, their anti-smoking ads speak to the complications of smoking: amputations, a range of cancers, blindness, heart disease and kidney failure. Smoking kills 440,000 Americans a year.
(Photo: Courtesy Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)