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World No-Tobacco Day 2022: How to quit smoking? Spiritual gurus answer

World No-Tobacco Day 2022: Discontinuing smoking habit is one of the necessary actions to improve your health significantly. It’s not smoking that you want to quit, you want to quit that mental state that necessitates smoking. Here are some tips from spiritual gurus on how to quit smoking

World No-Tobacco Day 2022: How to quit smoking? Spiritual gurus answer (Image by Mohamed Hassan from Pixabay )
World No-Tobacco Day 2022: How to quit smoking? Spiritual gurus answer (Image by Mohamed Hassan from Pixabay )
Updated on May 27, 2022 03:59 PM IST

World No Tobacco Day 2021: Date, history, theme, significance amid Covid-19

World No Tobacco Day 2021: Here’s all you need to know about when is World No Tobacco Day, its history, theme this year and its significance amid Covid-19

World No Tobacco Day 2021: Date, history, theme, significance amid Covid-19(Instagram/DolbyVivisol)
World No Tobacco Day 2021: Date, history, theme, significance amid Covid-19(Instagram/DolbyVivisol)
Updated on May 30, 2021 09:05 PM IST

Ban on flavoured tobacco products or vaping might lead teens to smoke cigarettes

According to a new study, believed to be the first to assess how complete flavour bans affect youth smoking habits, high school students' odds of smoking conventional cigarettes doubled due to ban on flavoured tobacco products or flavoured vaping

Ban on flavoured tobacco products or vaping might lead teens to smoke cigarettes(Unsplash)
Ban on flavoured tobacco products or vaping might lead teens to smoke cigarettes(Unsplash)
Updated on May 30, 2021 12:16 PM IST

Sugary drinks a common factor for oral diseases, finds lancet study

Oral diseases include a range of conditions that affect the teeth and mouth, including tooth decay, gum disease and oral cancers.

Growing consumption of sugary drinks, especially in low and middle income countries is a common risk factor for developing oral diseases, including oral cancer that is a leading cause of cancer deaths among men in India and Sri Lanka, a new Lancet study has said.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Growing consumption of sugary drinks, especially in low and middle income countries is a common risk factor for developing oral diseases, including oral cancer that is a leading cause of cancer deaths among men in India and Sri Lanka, a new Lancet study has said.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Updated on Jul 19, 2019 04:10 AM IST
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