Expect to see more graphic anti-smoking and anti-meth ads popping up.
The CDC has found that the ads have been so successful, they're creating more.
Those graphic ads were inspired by the Idaho Meth Project, which aims to bring a little reality to the meth problem.
The Meth Project campaign launched in 2005 and is in multiple states, and has seen drops in teen meth use of 63% in Montana, 65% in Arizona and 50% in Idaho.
In a recent study by Arizona State University, researchers found that ads that include an element of disgust are effective.
Do you find the ads effective?
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