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Global tobacco survey to find data to curb smoking
Deccan Chronicle

Ministry targets 15% fewer smokers by 2025

Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam said based on the Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS), there are 4.7 million Malaysians aged 15 and above who are smokers. Singapore, 1 week ago
The tobacco lobby goes global, 1 week ago

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The Star (Kenya), 1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle, 4 months ago, 3 months ago, 3 weeks ago
Indiatimes, 4 months ago
KESQ, 4 months ago
News, 3 months ago
CHEST, 2 months ago
CNN, 3 months ago
The Star (Kenya)

Bars, night clubs, restaurants areas where you are exposed to second hand smoke the most

Director of Medical Services Jackson Kioko (left) in the official launch of the Global Adult Tobacco Survey report. Photo/Ashley Suge Bars, night clubs, restaurants and enclosed workspaces are the most likely places where Kenyans are exposed to ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 month ago

15.6 million Vietnamese spend $1.4bn on smoking: survey

About 15.6 million adults in Vietnam consumed tobacco last year, the Ministry of Health announced Tuesday, citing findings of a global survey. Vietnamese smokers spent VND31 trillion (US$1.39 billion) on cigarettes, or VND2.7 million ($121) per ...
 Tuoitrenews.vn3 weeks ago Vietnam's smoking rate down  Tobacco Reporter3 weeks ago Vietnam sees dropping smoking rate in 5 years: ministry  SINA3 weeks ago

66% Indian smokers view e-cigarettes as 'positive alternative'

New Delhi, Sep 29 (IANS) Nearly 66 per cent of Indian smokers see e-cigarettes as a "positive alternative" to tobacco products, a new survey said on Thursday. In a first-of-its-kind survey of adult smokers in India conducted by non-profit ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago

Study finds: More Americans use painkillers than tobacco

A new report highlights just how prevalent prescription painkiller use has become in the United States—today, more Americans use these drugs than tobacco products. The findings came from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services ...
 Sott.net8 hours ago Prescription painkillers are more widely used than tobacco, new federal study finds  Washington Post1 week ago Prescription painkillers more widely used than tobacco, federal study finds  Denver Post1 week ago

Only Gutkha Banned by SC, No Ban on Chewing Tobacco, Cigarette

Smokeless Tobacco Federation of India is an association established in order to promote and protect the trade, commerce and industries in India connected with tobacco and allied products. The Federation have contradicted the report in some ...
 MedIndia2 days ago Only Gutkha banned, no ban by SC on chewing tobacco, cigarette or beedi  Yahoo! India2 days ago

Supreme Court Strengthens Its Stance On Gutkha Ban

The Supreme Court has strengthened its stance on the ban of all forms of chewable tobacco and nicotine and has directed all authorities of the country including the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) to strictly stop the sale of ...
 MedIndia4 days ago SC strengthens gutkha ban, says stop the sale of all chewable tobacco  Indian Express6 days ago

Parental Tobacco Smoking and Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Ward E, DeSantis C, Robbins A, et al. Childhood and adolescent cancer statistics, 2014. CA Cancer J Clin . 2014;64(2):83103. Haematological Malignancy Research Network (HMRN). Incidence. York, United Kingdom: Epidemiology and Cancer Statistics ...
 Diabetes Care3 days ago

SC raps gutkha makers for bending food safety law

The Supreme Court has again come down heavily on the chewing tobacco industry for flouting the food safety laws of the country which impose a blanket ban on the sale of gutkha, khaini, zarda and other such food products containing tobacco and ...
 Chandigarh Tribune6 days ago
Financial Express

60% cigarette packs complying with display warning conditions

Over 60 per cent packs of cigarette and 46 per cent of smokeless tobacco are complying with the Centre's mandated 85 per cent pictorial warning requirements. Tobacco-related diseases kill about 2,500 Indians daily and over 10 lakh every year. (PTI) ...
 Financial Express1 week ago
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