Youth-to-Youth Anti-Tobacco Campaigns Expected to Make a Difference

Go to any mall and you will see that kids and teens still smoke. But how effective have anti-tobacco campaigns been since the landmark $206 billion tobacco settlement went into
effect in 1998? In 1999, 15.9% of youth between the ages of 12 to 17 smoked, slightly down from the 18.2% usage rate in 1998.