Social stigma, strong health trends and stricter anti-smoking regulations have clearly contributed to the declining smoking prevalence in Norway. One of the latest regulations was the introduction of standardised tobacco packages from 1 July 2017. According to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, the introduction may lead fewer consumers to smoke and more to quit smoking.
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