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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Atlanta: Rebecca Chase) Violence in American as a public health problem examined; scenes shown of the results of violence. [Young PEOPLE - comment on violence.] [CDC's Dr. Mark ROSENBERG - says there is a scientific approach to preventing violence.] The government's approach to declaring smoking a health hazard recalled; television cigarette commercials and anti-smoking ad shown. CDC (Centers for Disease Control) recommendations on how children can be educated against violence through a massive public education program detailed. [Attorney General Janet RENO - talks about the prevention of violence.]
- Chase, Rebecca;
- Jennings, Peter
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