These findings suggest that e-cigarette use involving certain flavours or solvent vehicles may disrupt the heart's electrical conduction and provoke arrhythmias.
Smoking kills approximately 4,500 to 5,000 people every year in New Zealand, with around 12 to 13 deaths every day due to smoking or exposure to second-hand smoke, she added.
The Federal Tax Authority (FTA), has launched a comprehensive awareness campaign about the objectives and processes of expanding the excise tax, as well as the procedures for registering in the FTA’s electronic system.
"I think that Russian military guys in this airbase ruined a very simple known rule: don’t smoke in dangerous places" said Ukrainian Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov when asked about the implications of the Ukrainian army in the explosion at the Novofedorivka Russian airbase located in occupied Crimea.
The Swiss will vote on Sunday on whether to tighten their notoriously lax tobacco laws by banning virtually all advertising of the health-hazardous products. Switzerland lags far behind most wealthy nations in restricting tobacco advertising — a situation
If you’re a smoker who wants to indulge your habit while gazing over the mountains of the South Pacific, you’d do well to move fast. New Zealand last week announced plans to become the first nation in the world to ban tobacco. Prohibition
The Federal Tax Authority (FTA) has ramped up its preparations ahead of implementing the ban on importing any type of waterpipe tobacco (known in Arabic as ‘Mu’assel’) and electrically heated cigarette plugs unless they carry the ‘Digital Tax Stamps (DTS)’ as of March 1, 2020.
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.
Six firefighting stations, consisting of 88 firefighters, officers and 22 vehicles, participated in extinguishing fire at the tower. The team set up their base on the tenth floor after the transfer of all equipment.
An analysis of the provincial breakdown shows that the highest percentage of people who opt for a ban on cigarette sale belongs to the country's eastern Punjab and southern Sindh provinces as 94 percent of people from both parts said yes.