An organisation with origins back to 1867 in Paris, France and the 19th century Tuberculosis Plague (one death in seven), released on Sunday 10 reasons for governments to continually pursue master plans to discourage children in getting attracted to electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes/vapes) and other heated tobacco products (HTPs).
In order to protect the health and safety of citizens, especially given the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath, smoking of all forms (cigarettes, electronic cigarettes and shisha) is banned in closed public places," the health ministry said.
Identity of the suspects were not known, but nevertheless, police investigations pointed out that the two suspects were buying electronic cigarettes devices, worth Dhs1000 each. They asked the victim to deliver the devices to their car and then attempted to flee the scene without paying the amount.
Smokers are more likely to develop diseases like lung, throat and mouth cancer. And they’re more likely to die earlier than are people who don’t light up.
A commissioned 2019 global study has reflected that people want tobacco manufacturers to be more responsible in their research-and-development of new products as they also want governments to claw in more teeth into their tobacco use reduction programmes.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently observed that even during a global pandemic, the tobacco and nicotine industry has continued to promote products that limit people’s ability to fight new coronavirus
Kim's health has deteriorated in recent months due to heavy smoking, obesity and overwork, the Daily NK report said. Reporting from inside North Korea is notoriously difficult, especially on matters concerning the country's leadership, given tight controls on information.
Although the novel Coronavirus can infect anyone, evidence suggests that certain groups - like older adults and those with underlying medical conditions - are at higher risk for contracting COVID-19.
The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) which has so far claimed 582,137 lives out of 13,496,487 cases worldwide as of 12:48 GMT of July 15 (Wednesday), is a way by which smokers may stub their habit.