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Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) discussed at technical meeting with the Russian Federation
WHO Europe

Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) discussed at technical meet...

The Russian Federation agreed to repeat the GATS from 2009 in 2016, which will allow them to track developments in tobacco consumption and potentially inform next steps in tobacco control in the country. The decision followed a successful two-day ... WHO Europe, 1 week ago

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Millennium Post

How India’s tax system helps heavily taxed cigarettes flourish

Cigarette-smokers comprise 39% of India’s smokers according to the Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) 2010, but–as the first part of this series explained–they are taxed up to 210 times more than smokers of bidis, whose manufacturers tend to have ...
 India Infoline1 month ago Cigarettes flourish despite soaring taxes  Millennium Post1 month ago How India's Tax System Helps Heavily Taxed Cigarettes Flourish  New Indian Express1 month ago How India's tax system helps cigarettes flourish  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Thousands of People in the World Die Each Year from Using Smokeless Tobacco

A study that assessed the global impact of smokeless tobacco consumption on adults reveals that more than a quarter of a million people in the world die each year from using smokeless tobacco, and India bears three-fourths of the burden. ...
 MedIndia1 month ago Most deaths caused by smokeless tobacco in India  OdishaSunTimes.com1 month ago Tobacco: Blazing Developments  Convenience Store/Petroleum1 month ago Quit Smoking: India Is The Second Largest Consumer Of Tobacco  Silicon India2 months ago

Tobacco company wants survey insights into Australian children and teens

A global tobacco giant is using Australia's freedom of information laws to obtain data from surveys by thousands of Victorian school children and teenagers that reveal their attitudes to smoking and alcohol. Public health advocates believe "Big ... month ago Tobacco company wants schools survey for insights into children, teens  Melbourne Age1 month ago
Medical News Today

21-country study finds most smokers aren't ready to quit

Surveys of 57,066 adult smokers from 21 low- and middle-income countries revealed that, from 2009-2013, three out of four smokers in each country weren't even thinking about quitting. And few of those who had thought about it were taking action to ...
 Medical News Today2 weeks ago World's Worst Smokers Have No Plans to Quit, Survey Says  Naija247News2 weeks ago Most of the World's Smokers Have No Plans to Quit  Bloomberg2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Bigger Tobacco Packet Warning from April Next

BHUBANESWAR: Larger pictorial warnings on cigarette and tobacco packets would finally become a reality from April next year with the Union Health Ministry issuing a notification to this effect. Graphic pictorial depictions of the harmful effects ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago

Police vow to make Gurgaon schools free from tobacco

Almost 12 years after the Cigarette and Other Tobacco Product Act was enacted, the Gurgaon police has woken up from its slumber to make nearly 5,000 educational institutes tobacco-free. “The police will perform its duty in issuing fines against those who ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

Lack of National Strategies and Data On Long-Term Asthma Care: Global Asthma Network

Asthma is a huge problem in the world, causing wheezing and difficulty breathing. It is a common chronic disease and cause of disability affecting 334 million people of all ages in all parts of the world. Here are a few excerpts from the ...
 MedIndia3 weeks ago Wake Up Call On Asthma In Children: New Data Must Drive Well-Coordinated Action!  Modern Ghana3 weeks ago

Four months on, panel on tobacco meets

In what could be a face-saving exercise before the upcoming Monsoon Session, the parliamentary panel on a subordinate legislation examining the provisions of cigarettes and other tobacco products met for the first time on Wednesday — four months after ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
India Today

Why India ignores a $16 bn smoking-led health crisis

Indians aged 35 to 69 spent Rs.104,500 crore ($15.9 billion) in 2011 on diseases associated with tobacco-including cancer, respiratory diseases, tuberculosis and cardiovascular diseases. Picture for representation. Photo: Reuters In ...
 India Today1 month ago Why India ignores a $16-billion health crisis  ACQ Magazine1 month ago India's Ignorance Towards a (Dollar) 16 Billion Smoking-Led Health Crisis  MedIndia1 month ago Billion dollar question: Why curbing smoking is important to India?  Sify1 month ago
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