- pamela mccoll
Rate smoking films "R" to protect children
WHO is trying to get world governments to change their fillm ratings to protect kids and research shows heavy influence in starting. 1 billion people will die prematurely in this century from tobacco use - there is a huge role in prevention that has been siderailed in anti smoking campaigns aimed at smokers. Time to get back to saving children. It will take one generation to not take up smoking to really make a difference, tobacco knows this. Why is a scientist smoking in 2154 in Avator, why all the smoking in Rango ? Check out work of Stanton Glantz at University of California or Physicians for a Smoke Free Canada or twitter hooked by hollywood or Washington Post or Virgin Radio or Daryl Hannah.