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Awareness campaigns on the harmful effects of tobacco consumption and oral cancer were organized at Yigi-Kaum village and at the government secondary school in Pobdi in West Siang district by the District Tobacco Control Cell on 3 and 4 January.
If a parent uses e-cigarettes, how can this be explained to teens not to use them? The vast majority of smokers want to quit. While many adults use e-cigarettes in the hope that they may help them quit cigarettes, it’s not clear from the latest research
A growing number of US cities and states have begun to enforce bans on e-cigarettes in public areas, often citing the startling popularity of vaping among young people and its possible negative effects on bystanders. There has been a recent uptick in sta
As we continue to experience residual tobacco smoke and/or smell from an adjacent cigar club, the museum will remain closed. Environmental air quality professionals are now analyzing data collected from air sampling devices to give us a better understand
Although not harmless, the evidence is unequivocal that vaping is much safer than smoking. But misinformation and scaremongering could still be putting people off switching
According to the nonprofit’s website, it’s been an ongoing issue between the Children’s Museum and the Fools’ End Club, which is located beneath it in the same building. The Children’s Museum provides parenting classes, educational activities and other e
more than 100 other school districts in the state banning the use of tobacco products on school campuses. The district recently adopted a 100 percent Tobacco Free Schools policy, joining the other 10 counties in the Georgia Department of Public Health’s
The Families First Children’s Museum in downtown Missoula posted the announcement on its website, saying the building is experiencing tobacco smoke and smell from an adjacent and private cigar club. The “Fool’s End Cigar Club” is currently involved in a
With our meta-analysis, we provide evidence for an association between maternal smoking and offspring ADHD but do not solve the causality issues concerning potential confounding by other risk factors. More high-quality studies are needed to establish whet