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Secondhand smoke and hearing loss in teens
Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Exposure to secondhand smoke could affect hearing development in children and increase their risk of hearing loss during adolescence.
Smoking increases ALS risk
Smoking raises breast cancer risk
Third-hand smoke poses health risk
Passive smoking kills 600,000 worldwide
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Features
E-cigarettes: Harmless New Fad Or Another Stick To Death?
Thursday, June 08, 2017

While e-cigarettes are often promoted as safer alternatives to traditional cigarettes, which deliver nicotine by burning tobacco, little is actually known about the health risks of using these devices.
World No Tobacco Day 2011
World No Tobacco Day 2010
World No Tobacco Day 2008
World No Tobacco Day
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Tips to quit smoking
Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Really wanting to quit smoking is very important to how much success you will have in quitting.
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Health Tips
Exercise can help you stay away from cigarettes
Exercise can help you stay away from cigarettes. Women who included exercise as part of their 12 week smoking cessation programme were twice as likely to remain cigarette free as those who did not exercise as part of their quit-smoking programme.
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