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Media Type
Digital Display
Target Audiences
Adults, Parents
Languages
English
Cost
Free
Produced For
Department of Health and Human Services (US)
Campaign
Themes
Youth - Prevention, Tobacco Products - E-cigarettes
Description
Science shows that nicotine can harm teens’ developing brains. Nicotine is a highly addictive drug, a common ingredient in most electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes). This digital display ad from the Office of the U.S. Surgeon General and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention highlights how e-cigarettes have the potential to cause lasting harm to the health of young users, especially their brain development, which continues until age 25.
Ad Status
Current 
Year Produced
2017
Date Added
07/09/2018
 

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Catalog ID BNR 11108A
Size / Dimension 728x90
Language  English

 
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Catalog ID BNR 11108B1 (hi-res)
Size / Dimension 600x500
Language  English

 
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Catalog ID BNR 11108B2 (lo-res)
Size / Dimension 300x250
Language  English

 
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Catalog ID BNR 11108C
Size / Dimension 300x50
Language  English

 
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Catalog ID BNR 11108D
Size / Dimension 160x600
Language  English

 
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Catalog ID BNR 11108E
Size / Dimension 320x50
Language  English

 
 

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