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    Smokers have lower chance of surviving heart attack: Study

    Al Ramtha: A new study led by researchers at the Jordan University of Science and Technology has found that smokers have a lower chance of surviving a heart attack than non-smokers. The…

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    Smokers at high risk to catch COVID

    New Delhi: Smokers are likely to be more vulnerable to COVID-19 as smoking increases the possibility of transmission of the virus from hand to mouth, the Union Health Ministry has said, warning…

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    68% smokers reduced consumption amid lockdown: IHP Survey

    New Delhi: Indus Health Plus (IHP) is a certified Preventive Health Checkup Company. This provides services through their healthcare delivery partners in several states. They conducted a three week consumer survey to…

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    World No Tobacco Day 31st May 2020

    Hyderabad: The current pandemic has been novel in many ways and the data we have is limited. In the current pandemic, scientists have noted significant differences in how people respond to infection…

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    For smokers & drunkards, their choice of intoxicant is available

    Nihad Amani Hyderabad: Whether it is one’s favorite coffee brand or a certain kind of gutkha (a form of chewing tobacco) the lockdown has rendered such favorites inaccessible. But there are always ways to beat…

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    Over 60% e-cigarette smokers want to quit: Study

    New York: Over 60 per cent e-cigarette users want to quit smoking and over 25 per cent smokers have already tried to stop using the electronic device, says a new study. In…

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    Smokers notice health warnings more on plain packs

    London: Health warnings on plain-packaged cigarettes affect smokers more than those marked on branded packs, finds a new study. Warnings used on standardised packs were novel and larger than those on fully-branded…

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    Smokers misunderstand health risks of smokeless tobacco products: Study

    Washington: Smokers often misunderstand health risks that come with consuming smokeless tobacco product, a recent study suggests. While smokeless tobacco products are addictive, contain cancer-causing chemicals and are linked with cardiovascular and…

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