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Researchers [...] found in a recent study that advertisements for flavored e-cigarettes may override negative perceptions of tobacco products, especially in youth.

Their brains process these advertisements as they would images of sweets or fruit, the study found. Promoting flavors like “skittles,” “strawberrylicious” and “juicy fruit,” flavored e-cigarette advertisements also affect warning label perception, according to the medical school researchers.