AMSTERDAM, N.Y. — Bolder health warnings on cigarettes will have the same effect on kids as moves made by supermarket chains to shield them from tobacco messaging, Rebecca Guarino, director of the Project Action Tobacco-Free Coalition here told SN. “Both strategies accomplish the same end since kids won’t be impacted by the glamorous image of cigarettes,” Guarino said. Project Action has successfully convinced retailers like Hannaford Supermarkets and Price Chopper, Schenectady, N.Y., to ...

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