German drug czar calls for tobacco advertising ban amid vaping concerns
10 November 2019 | 8:37 am
Germany's drug commissioner wants to ban tobacco ads in outdoor areas. A new report shows that while fewer Germans use cigarettes, vaping is becoming far more popular — especially among young people.
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