Karnataka and Rajasthan will emerge as priority states in the nationwide WHO-approved Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) that the Union government will conduct in 2015-16.These two states have emerged as front runners in officially supporting the ... 24Dunia, 1 week ago
Prevalence and Determinants of Tobacco Use in India: Evidence from Recent Global Adult Tobacco Survey Data - Plosone.org, 1 month ago
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As per the Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS-INDIA 2010) conducted by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, in the age group of 15 years and above, the consumption of beedis (9.2%) is higher than cigarettes (5.7%). As per the information received from Ministry ...PIB, 2 months ago
Karnataka and Rajasthan will emerge as priority states in nationwide World Health Organisation approved Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) that the union government will conduct in 2015-16. These two states have emerged as front runners in ...24Dunia, 1 week ago
WHO | WHO report on the global tobacco epidemic [ http://www.who.int/tobacco/global_report/en/index.html ] Filozof C, Fernández Pinilla MC, Fernández-Cruz A: Smoking cessation and weight gain. Obes Rev Off J Int Assoc Study Obes 2004, 5:95103. ...Medscape, 4 weeks ago Global report 2014: smokeless tobacco being widely consumed in Pakistan Business Recorder, 1 month ago
An estimated 2.5 million adults in Kenya are regular users of tobacco; this is according to a study conducted by government. The Global Adults Tobacco survey shows 11.6 per cent of the adult population either smokes or uses smokeless tobacco. ...The Star (Kenya), 2 months ago
Philip Morris' (PM) CEO Andrew Calantzopoulos on Morgan Stanley Global Consumer & Retail Conference - Transcript
Matt Grainger Good morning, everyone. Thanks. I am Matt Grainger, Morgan Stanley's US tobacco analyst. We are very pleased to welcome back Philip Morris International to the conference. And with us we have Andre Calantzopoulos who has been ...Seeking Alpha, 2 months ago
The CDC Foundation has announced a grant of nearly $4.6 million over four years from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to track tobacco use and tobacco control measures across sub-Saharan Africa. The grant will enable the U.S. Centers for ...Philanthropy News Digest, 1 month ago CDC Foundation Receives Nearly $4.6 Million to Track Tobacco Use in Sub-Saharan Africa Vision Monday, 1 month ago
Sugar branded toxic as more than 4 in 10 adults in US are obese. Euromonitor International released a report discussing the backlash against sugar, changes in consumer attitudes and the effect it is having on global markets. The report ...QSR Media, 2 months ago How Negative Attitudes Towards Sugar Is Driving Change European Supermarket Magazine, 2 months ago Euromonitor releases new report on the global sugar backlash Food Magazine Australia, 2 months ago Negative attitude towards sugar changes consumer choices, research Australian Food News, 2 months ago
Academy Awards , addiction , adults , advertising , africa , Africa , airports , Alaska , Altria , American Cancer Society , American Heart Association , American Lung Association , Americans for Non-Smokers' Rights , Argentina , Australia , babies ...Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, 1 month ago New Survey Shows Need for Kenya to Take Strong Action to Save Lives from Tobacco Use Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, 1 month ago
Deaths Ascribed to Non-Communicable Diseases among Rural Kenyan Adults Are Proportionately Increasing: Evidence from a Health and Demographic Surveillance System, 20032010
Abstract Background Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) result in more deaths globally than other causes. Monitoring systems require strengthening to attribute the NCD burden and deaths in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). Data from health ...Plosone.org, 2 months ago
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