Let’s face it. We can’t get enough entertainment content. We watch animated series, zombie shows, and gritty dramas, no matter if we are waiting in line or relaxing on the couch. Streaming our favorite content is good, entertaining fun, no doubt — but according to the latest “While You Were Streaming” report from Truth Initiative, A staggering 60% of 15 of the most watched TV shows for 15-24-year-olds featured depictions of tobacco use in 2021. This exposes 25 million young people and puts them at risk of nicotine addiction.
Research shows high exposure to on-screen tobacco imagery — and the glamorization of it — poses a serious public health threat to young people, making them Three times more likely It is important to get started with vaping nicotine. These products are all over the place, and we should be concerned because the CDC reports that nearly 2.5 million middle-school and high school students used e-cigarettes by 2022. 46 percent of high schoolers vape nicotine almost every day. Images have an influence. It turns out that the content we consume in order to relax and de-stress our day may be affected by it.