In collaboration w/ @nycHealthy, we found that neighborhood cigarette advertising was linked w/ smoking among New Yorkers w/ current depression, not those without. Suggests retail ads may be a stronger environmental trigger among those w/ depression https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1bl5a4pqpjmq9q#.X2Cqpbzf3OQ.twitter
Wow. Menthol cigarettes out in #California. This is pathbreaking leadership on a product that has killed so many Black people. @FDATobacco still being sued to take action. https://twitter.com/fighttobaccola/status/1299475973360975873
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