Fatherly chats influence smoking, Cardiff study findsNote that the headline wasn't ...
Boys and girls who discuss issues that are important to them with their fathers are less likely to smoke in their early years, a study has found.
A big factor in stopping children trying cigarettes was how often their fathers talked with them about "things that mattered".
Scary TV adverts influence smoking, Cardiff study finds... or ...
Tobacco display bans influence smoking, Cardiff study finds... or ...
School-based smoking prevention programmes influence smoking, Cardiff study findsNope. Just dads.
Hardly surprising, really. What the state will never realise (or admit) is that we minions really can sort things out for ourselves occasionally.
In fact, more than often than not, positive results occur when the state keeps its interfering conk out of our affairs.
Did I hear someone say 'massive public sector cuts'?
(apologies for the Ronan Keating paraphrased title)