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World Head and Neck Cancer Day 2020: Even passive smoking can increase risk of cancers
Health

World Head and Neck Cancer Day 2020: Even passive smoking can increase risk of cancers

Research suggests that involuntary smoking exposure is a risk factor for head and neck cancer, especially pharyngeal and laryngeal cancer

Vape and e-cigarette flavourings without nicotine also linked to heart disease risk in new study
News & Analysis

Vape and e-cigarette flavourings without nicotine also linked to heart disease risk in new study

Vaping and some flavorings, even without nicotine, triggered blood vessel dysfunction.

Mental health apps found sharing user data with advertisers without consent, says study
News & Analysis

Mental health apps found sharing user data with advertisers without consent, says study

Out of the 36 apps analysed in the survey, 33 of them shared information with advertiser networks

Survey says 69 percent Indians feel warning on cigarettes packs doesn't matter
India

Survey says 69 percent Indians feel warning on cigarettes packs doesn't matter

About 59 per cent Indians feel banning the sale of loose cigarettes will discourage smoking while 69 per cent debunked the role of warning images on tobacco packs in reducing smoking, according to a survey.

SC ruling on pictorial warnings: Would you still go for a puff after looking at this?
Business

SC ruling on pictorial warnings: Would you still go for a puff after looking at this?

India has nearly 274.9 million tobacco users. Of these, nearly 26 percent of them use smokeless tobacco, six percent are cigarette smokers, and nine percent smoke bidi, according to the Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS).

E-Cigarettes safer than normal cigarettes? Not really, say experts
Life

E-Cigarettes safer than normal cigarettes? Not really, say experts

A simple search on the internet for electronic, or e-cigarettes, throws up a wide variety of choices of online shopping sites to buy them from. Often marketed as the 'safer' choice to normal cigarettes, which experts junk as a gimmick, e-cigarettes bypass regulations and may actually lead one to take up active smoking.