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New York Public Interest Research Group study shows city students overexposed to tobacco advertisements

The survey found 46 tobacco ads among 12

The survey found 46 tobacco ads among 12 stores in the Tremont section of the Bronx alone. (November 14, 2013 1:57 PM)

A new report says that many city students are being overexposed to tobacco advertisements near their schools. The New York Public Interest Research Group commissioned the study, called "Overexposed," with high school and college students helping out by checking stores in their Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens communities. Businesses included in the study were bodegas, pharmacies, gas station...

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