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World No Tobacco Day: 2500 die in India daily

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Zee News3 hours ago

New Delhi: The tobacco epidemic is one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced. Mass media campaigns, graphic


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2. First puff of smoke: Age of onset falling (May 31 is World No Tobacco

3. Newstrack India4 hours ago

4. First puff of smoke: Age of onset falling

5. Daijiworld.com3 hours ago

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Kenya to enforce ban on tobacco advertising

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Xinhua6 minutes ago

NAIROBI, May 30 (Xinhua) — The Kenyan government on Thursday pledged to enforce legislation to ban advertising and promotion of tobacco




OPINION: Promotion ban will help stub out habit

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Newcastle Herald26 minutes ago

WORLD No Tobacco Day is a date acknowledged by the World Health Organisation, as a reminder of how much tobacco still harms the


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10. Israel to crack down on public puffing for global anti-tobacco day

11. Haaretz13 hours ago

12. Brookhaven Retreat Observes World No Tobacco Day

13. PR Web (press release)5 hours ago

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WHO: Urge Ban on Tobacco Advertising, Promotion, Sponsorship

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Voice of America6 minutes ago

May 31 is World No Tobacco Day. The message from the World Health Organization to governments around the globe is to ban tobacco



Hundreds of Dubai shops to halt tobacco sales for 24 hours

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The National1 hour ago

DUBAI // More than 400 businesses – including petrol stations and supermarkets – across the emirate will voluntarily stop selling tobacco for 24 hours from


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18. 420 shops stop selling tobacco products on World No Tobacco Day

19. AME Info (press release)14 minutes ago

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Bollywood ‘youth films’ found full of tobacco use

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Indian Express9 hours ago

Half of Bollywood’s top-grossing “youth-rated” films released between 2006 and 2008 showed tobacco usage, according to a study that



Chinese expert promotes comprehensive ban on tobacco ads

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Shanghai Daily (subscription)4 hours ago

BEIJING, May 30 (Xinhua) — A tobacco control expert on Thursday proposed a comprehensive ban on tobacco advertisements

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