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About 216 results for "global adult tobacco survey"

Impact of Passive Smoking on Children
News Track India

NSH & SHF come together to support the VoTV campaign

As per GATS (Global Adult Tobacco Survey) 2010, a household survey of persons 15 years or older conducted by the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), under the coordination of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), ... The Echo Of India, 2 months ago
Impact of Passive Smoking on Children News Track India, 2 months ago

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International Business Times India

Larger health warnings on tobacco poduct packages ineffective: Survey

Even as the Indian government and the Supreme Court have acted tough and ordered immediate implementation of larger health warnings on tobacco product packs, an opinion poll conducted by ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company Ltd said that these ...
 International Business Times India1 day ago India's largest cigarette maker to print larger warnings on packs after SC ruling  International Business Times India2 weeks ago Supreme Court directs tobacco companies to immediately follow Govt health warning rules  International Business Times India3 weeks ago Indian tobacco companies move Supreme Court against govt's health warning size rule  International Business Times India1 month ago
United News of India

Consumers asked to avoid children's exposure to tobacco products

In order to prevent consumption of tobacco by children, Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Kohima, Lithrongla has advised tobacco consumers not to expose children to tobacco and its products. She was delivering a short speech at the advocacy ...
 Nagaland Post2 weeks ago 35 per cent adult tobacco consumer: Minister  United News of India1 month ago 27.5 crore Indians consume tobacco  State Times2 months ago

J&K emerging as highest spending state on tobacco products

Srinagar, May 12 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir is fast emerging as the highest spending state on tobacco products as there was considerable increase in the use of tobacco products, including among the children and women. While nationally, smokers aged 15 ...
 United News of India2 weeks ago JK emerging as highest spending state on tobacco products  United News of India2 weeks ago J&K highest spending state on tobacco products: GATS  Kashmir Times2 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

48 pc Indian males consume tobacco: Nadda

New Delhi, Apr 29 (PTI) Nearly 35 per cent or 27.5 crore adults in India consume tobacco in some form or the other and the prevalence among males is 48 per cent, while in females it is 20 per cent, Lok Sabha was told today. New rules had been ...
 Press Trust of India4 weeks ago 48% Indian males consume tobacco: Nadda  HT Syndication4 weeks ago 48 per cent Indian males consume tobacco: study  Deccan Chronicle4 weeks ago 48% of Indian males consume tobacco, government says  Times of India4 weeks ago

About 27,000 QLD teenagers smoke daily

ALMOST 93% of smokers started a habit of smoking daily under the age of 25, new research from an analysis of 22 global adult tobacco surveys shows. The data will be presented at the Asia-Pacific Cancer Leaders' Summit APOCP 8th General Assembly ...
 NewsMail1 month ago
Pocket News

Jaypee Hospital organised a WIN OVER TOBACCO Made Easy workshop

Noida, 29th May, 2016: To spread awareness around the World No Tobacco Day, Jaypee Hospital a Multi Super Speciality Hospital in Sector 128 Noida, in association with Indian Dental Association, Innovative Cancer Care and Rehabilitation and I CAN WIN ...
 Pocket News Alert.com5 hours ago

'Government should make Amitabh face of tobacco control campaign'

New Delhi, May 29 (IANS) Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCIRC) has urged the government to appoint prominent people, including Amitabh Bachchan among others, as brand ambassadors for the better impact of its tobacco control ...
 Yahoo! India6 hours ago `Government should make Amitabh face of tobacco control campaign`  ZeeNews.com5 hours ago Government should make Amitabh face of tobacco control campaign  Can India News5 hours ago
DNA India

World No-Tobacco Day 2016: Doctors' bodies, health groups demand ban on sale of tobacco products on May 31

A number of organisations, including the Indian Medical Association, have appealed to the Delhi government to observe a dry tobacco day on May 31 by completely banning sale of all tobacco products on that day. World No Tobacco Day is observed ...
 DNA India1 day ago DMC, HCFI,IMA demand ban on sale of tobacco products on May 31  The Freepress Journal1 day ago

Govt imposes ban on sale of loose cigarettes, beedies, tobacco in J&K

It may be mentioned that the State of Jammu and Kashmir has highest number of cigarette consumers, more than national average as per the Global Adult Tobacco Survey 2010, and the move is aimed at to discourage the use of cigarette and tobacco among ...
 Greater Kashmir2 days ago Jammu And Kashmir Bans Sale Of Loose Cigarettes, Beedis And Tobacco  NDTV1 day ago J-K bans sale of loose cigarettes, 'beedis' and tobacco  The Statesman1 day ago J&K bans sale of loose cigarettes, tobacco  Hindustan Times1 day ago
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