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Schoolchildren told how to identify whether the child has got an addiction

More than 800 students and adults, "armed with" objects of visual propaganda, went to mass, the busiest places: bus stops and public transports. The past campaign called "Healthy bus." Perhaps booklets and posters are not good enough for help, but when it is given by teens and they tell to adults what you should pay attention when communicating with your children for not to miss possibly emerging challenges, it is better than any high-profile appeals. And the action participants asked questions about the attitude of adults to various harmful habits.