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The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety said it has selected a local law firm to prepare for a legal battle with Philip Morris after filing a statement to the Seoul Administrative Court on Saturday. The ministry and the local unit of global tobacco giant P
The Ministry of Health and Welfare said Wednesday that the latest amendment to the National Health Promotion Act banning smoking within 10 meters of kindergartens and day care centers will go into effect Dec. 31.
warned its citizens against smoking marijuana in Canada, telling them that even though the country legalised weed last week, using it there was still an offence under Seoul’s own laws.
Those who has smoked long-term but recently quit had a 14 per cent less chance of developing Alzheimer’s later in life. They also had a 32 per cent reduced chance of developing vascular dementia – one of the most common forms of the disease. While thos
Those who don’t smoke, or had quit smoking, had less chance of developing the degenerative brain condition than those who still smoke cigarettes, according to a Korean study. Those who has smoked long-term but recently quit had a 14 per cent less chance
Some 210 billion won ($186 million) in tax — national and local taxes combined — is to be at stake, depending on the results of the upcoming litigations on whether the top tobacco maker dodged taxes by manipulating its inventory records.
the local government office of Gangnam-gu in Seoul has announced today that it is cracking down on people smoking in the streets. Gangnam-gu also said it was strengthening efforts to publicize the harms of smoking. Currently, there are a total of five
The health authorities launched the probe in August last year into three tobacco heating devices — IQOS by Philip Morris Korea, British American Tobacco‘s Glo and South Korean leading cigarette maker KT&G’s Lil. “We found that there was no ground to s
South Korea’s health authorities have found that heat-not-burn tobacco products sold in the Korean market have the same level of nicotine as conventional cigarettes but contain more tar. The electronic cigarettes have also been found to contain five “gro