Since 2004, the European Union has floated 42 different graphic warnings for member countries to stamp on their cigarettes. Belgium, the UK, and Romania were among the first to institute the photographic warnings; France
After consulting the public, the United Kingdom selected 15 European Union-approved graphic treatments for its packs.
Singapore's warnings, instituted in 2004, are among the world's most gruesome. The country's cigarettes come embellished with miscar
Choice phrases printed on Thai cigarettes: "Smoking causes lung cancer"; "Smoking causes oral cancer"; "Smoking causes lung cancer." Plus, factoids for the vain: "cigarettes cause bad
Since 2008, cigarettes in India have been stamped with graphic warning labels illustrating the negative physical effects of smoking. But the initial images ranged from pixelated (above) to perplexing (