According to a new study, China, India, Indonesia, USA, Russia have the largest number of smokers. More than one in 10 deaths globally was caused due to smoking in 2015 and over 50 per cent of them took place in just four countries, one of which was India, a new study said. Over 11 per cent of 6.4 million deaths worldwide was caused by smoking in 2015 and 52.2 per cent of them took place in China, India, USA, and Russia, according to the latest estimates in the Global Burden of Disease ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
A global tobacco control treaty, which India is a party to, has increased the adoption of tobacco reduction measures around the world and led to a over 2 per cent reduction in global smoking rates, a study has said. The study published in The Lancet Public ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Tobacco control treaty cut global smoking rates by 2.5%: Lancet Prokerala, 1 month ago
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