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Executive SummaryNature's Cure will work with Children's Advertising Review Unit of the Council for Better Business Bureaus to ensure ads for the acne treatment do not run during children's programming, watchdog group announces Oct. 28. CARU guidelines prohibit advertising medications or drugs to children. Nature's Cure commercial targeting teenagers has aired on the Toon Disney network between 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m, when "the primary audience for this programming, according to recent demographics, is children under the age of 12," CARU notes...
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