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Media Type
Radio
Target Audiences
Adults, Parents
Languages
English
Cost
Free
Produced For
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Campaign
Themes
Youth - Prevention, Tobacco Products - E-cigarettes
Description
This audio public service announcement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention features a parent that emphasizes the importance of talking to youth about the impact of nicotine in e-cigarettes on the developing brain, including priming the brain for addiction.
Ad Status
Current 
Year Produced
2019
Date Added
03/04/2019
 

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Transcript
MOM: My teenage son only has one brain.
And it will keep developing through his mid-20s.

But if he uses e-cigarettes, the nicotine in them can impact attention, learning, and memory, and can prime the brain for addiction.

So I've talked to him about staying away from e-cigarettes.
Because my son only has one brain.

ANNC: Learn more at cdc.gov/e-cigarettes today.
A message from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and this station.


Catalog ID CDC 11131
Length 30 s
Language  English

 
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Transcript
MOM: My teenage son only has one brain.
And it will keep developing through his mid-20s.

But if he uses e-cigarettes, the nicotine in them can impact attention, learning, and memory, and can prime the brain for addiction.

So I've talked to him about staying away from e-cigarettes.
Because my son only has one brain.

Catalog ID CDC 11131-TAG
Length 30 s
Language  English

 
 

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