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Editorial: ‘Tackle Can Wait’ campaign comparing kids playing football to smoking causing us to think

A “Tackle Can Wait” campaign public service announcement shows a mom lighting a cigarette for her son, who is a youth football player. The PSA aims to show how youth ages 5 to 14 are 10 times more likely to get the brain disease CTE by playing tackle football. (Screenshot)

A “Tackle Can Wait” campaign public service announcement shows a mom lighting a cigarette for her son, who is a youth football player. The PSA aims to show how youth ages 5 to 14 are 10 times more likely to get the brain disease CTE by playing tackle football. (Screenshot)

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