The Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) factsheet for India for 2009-10 estimated 24.3 per cent of Indian males smoked. The fifth edition of Tobacco Atlas has revealed that smoking rates have marginally gone down among Indian men between ... Indian Express, 2 months ago
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According to a study done by Global Adults Tobacco Survey (GATS), ~60% of Indians smokers consume tobacco within the first 60 minutes of waking up. Smokers today have also reached an age group of 13-15 years according to the WHO, with 8 million ...Web Newswire, 2 weeks ago Rusan Healthcare launches nicotine replacement therapy for tobacco de-addiction PharmaBiz, 3 weeks ago Mumbai-Based Rusan Healthcare Launches India's First Nicotine Patch '2baconil' Med India, 1 week ago Rusan Healthcare launches India's first nicotine patch '2baconil' ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago
(HealthDay News) -- Tobacco and alcohol take a big toll on the health of people around the world, a new global survey shows. The research suggests that about a billion people -- more than 20 percent of the world's adult population -- smoke, and ...National Womens Health Information Center, 4 days ago Parental Risk Perceptions of Child Exposure to Tobacco Smoke Diabetes Care, 3 days ago Health Highlights: April 29, 2015-April 29, 2015 InteliHealth, 3 weeks ago Let's try some restructuring, rejuvenation, and incorporating eHealth and mHealth for meaningful healthcare delivery for INDIA British Medical Journal, 1 month ago
The succinct overview of waterpipe tobacco smoking provided by Maziak  details a worrisome rise in its use, particularly among adolescents and young adults. Surveillance on a national level is paramount to understanding the epidemiological course ...British Medical Journal, 1 month ago Rise of waterpipe smoking British Medical Journal, 1 month ago
Whether hookah or cigarettes, the most prevalent addiction worldwide is tobacco, with an estimated 22.5 percent of all adults smoking regularly, say University of Adelaide researchers. Alcohol, used by 43 percent of the earth's total population — ...Medical Daily, 1 week ago
As cigarette smoking steadily declines globally, tobacco companies have opted to use new strategies in the hope of drawing new consumers into cigarette addiction. Anti-smoking advocate groups pointed to the cigarette displays on counters showing ...Manila Bulletin, 1 month ago
2:56 am by The Philippines bagged the Bloomberg Philanthropies Awards for Global Tobacco Control for having tangible progress in terms of tobacco control in the country. At the 16th World Conference on Tobacco or Health in Abu Dhabi, United ...Manila Times, 2 months ago Bloomberg recognizes PH's tobacco control at Abu Dhabi global confab Yahoo Philippines News, 2 months ago Philippines wins Bloomberg Philanthropies award ABS-CBN News, 2 months ago
DOHA: Qatar Cancer Society (QCS) will commemorate World No Tobacco Day International on May 31 to raise awareness about dangers of smoking and its role in increasing the incidence of cancer. Presentations entitled Cigarette trial have been made at ...Qatar Peninsula, 1 week ago
RAIPUR: When is to comes to tobacco consumption, women in Chhattisgarh seem to be outdoing their male counterparts, as there has been a 16 per cent increase in consumption of tobacco, both smoking and non-smoking, among the fairer sex vis-a-vis a ...Times of India, 1 week ago Smoking is Seen as a Sign of Financial Independence, Empowerment Among Women MedIndia, 1 month ago 'Number of women tobacco users rising' Times of India, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Nearly half of the cancers affecting men and one-fourth among women are related to tobacco as per a report, the Rajya Sabha was informed. As per the report of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), National Cancer Registry Program, ...IndiaPost, 4 days ago Reports say tobacco use a major risk factor for cancers: JP Nadda Economic Times, 1 week ago
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