WASHINGTON — Marking the first change in cigarette warnings in more than 25 years, all cigarette packaging and ads in the U.S. will have larger, more prominent health warnings beginning September 2012. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued nine different text warnings and accompanying color graphics to increase awareness of the specific health risks associated with smoking, and empower youth to say no to tobacco. The nine warnings are: Cigarettes are addictive; tobacco smoke ...

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