The relationship between the immediate impact of graphic health warning labels and the smoking status of fourth year undergraduate students of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute S.Y. 2015-2016 : a cross-sectional study

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Research Project

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Community Medicine


Smoking, Adolescents


This study utilized a cross-sectional research design. One hundred thirty four (134) fourth year undergraduate students were selected by cluster sampling. The study made use of self-administered questionnaires for data collection and data was analysed using chi-square and p-value. Based on the results, the decision was to reject the null hypothesis and concluded that there was a relationship between the two variables. Graphic health warning labels had a lesser impact on smokers in comparison to non-smokers who were greatly affected.

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