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Restrictions on flavored tobacco products are a great way to promote public health, and these restrictions work best if public health experts form partnerships with tobacco retailers, run intensive media campaigns, and advocate for comprehensive bans on the products. That's according to a study published in Tobacco Control from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Office of Public Health Studies researchers. "We wanted to identify the best ways to implement flavored tobacco policies," said lead author Katey Peck, who was a UH Mānoa public health graduate student at the time of the study. [...]