The dreadful truth about tobacco consumption among young people keeps haunting the future generation of Cambodia.
China to regulate e-cigarettes in an attempt to stave off a new gateway addiction.
A study shows that smoking kills around 15,000 Cambodians annually.
Awareness would help address any new tactics on the promotion of tobacco: GGTC.
PPIA is requested to relocate smoking areas farther away from the gates.
Health warnings for smokers have never been clearer. But what about the health of the planet? DW’s Irene Banos Ruiz reports that cigarette butts, are the most common item of single-use plastic waste in the world – and that’s only one piece of the puzzle.
The smoking ban at all food establishments came into effect at midnight.
Plans to roll out 300 high definition thermal cameras to catch and fine illegal smokers.
Health Ministry will fine people who smoke in public places, with double penalties for locations such as restaurants and hotels.
Once we are hooked, it will hardly let us go. The addictive property of cigarette is even stronger than marijuana.
An old tomato loses volume, becomes wrinkled and discolored. A human face, for that matter, is very much like a tomato.
Thailand banned smoking and littering at 24 beachside locations popular with tourists over environmental concerns.