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Adriana Blanco Marquizo Jun 17
There are now at least 17 further studies in subsequent meta-analyses that provide definite evidence of a direct relationship between tobacco smoking and COVID-19 severity and progression.
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KKMPutrajaya Jun 20
Your best course of action to keep your lungs safe is by NOT inhaling tobacco smoke or vaping. 🚭 Keep your lungs clear and healthy, and quit these unhealthy habits! ❌❌
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jul 27
All forms of tobacco use are harmful, including heated tobacco products! The tobacco industry is aggressively marketing heated tobacco products & e-cigarettes, including to young people, risking a generation hooked to nicotine.
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FIRS -Forum of International Respiratory Societies Jul 17
This is a real concern. We need to protect young people from electronic cigarettes. E-cigarette use among young Australian non-smokers quadruples in six years, survey finds
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jun 10
Replying to @DrTedros
"Tobacco kills more than 8 million people every year, and Australia was the first country in the world to introduce plain packaging, without branding, in 2012. Several other countries have since introduced similar laws"-
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CardioSmart May 31
Quitting smoking has major health benefits: 🚭 Within 20min, heart rate decreases 🚭 Within 12hrs, CO levels in the blood decrease 🚭 Within 3mo, risk of a decreases 🚭 After 1yr, risk of is cut in half Here's how to quit:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jul 10
Replying to @DrTedros
"This initiative will help people freely access the resources they need to quit tobacco, like nicotine replacement therapy and access to a digital health worker for advice"-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jul 27
Replying to @FCTCofficial
Heated tobacco products should be regulated just like other tobacco products, in line with the . This includes smoke-free laws in public places and taxing these tobacco products like all others.
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The Union Conference Jun 19
📣 Call for abstracts for this year's virtual event. For submission guidelines please see and to submit, go to
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Dr Takeshi Kasai Jul 20
It’s great to see that, even in the midst of a pandemic, progress continues being made so that people know about the many health risks of using tobacco. Well done, 🇸🇬
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The Union Jul 4
▶️ Where Bans Are Best: LMICs Must Prohibit E-cigarettes & HTPs to Tackle Tobacco webinar: Friday, 10 July, 02:00 CEST To register: Also see the position paper:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jul 10
Replying to @DrTedros
"WHO is in the final stages of adding more partners and encourages pharmaceutical and tech companies to join this initiative, which will help people reduce their risk of and lead healthier lives"-
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The AOP May 31
Did you know smoking increases your likelihood of developing conditions such as age-related macular degeneration and cataracts? Just another reason to quit this day.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jul 27
Replying to @WHO
Some toxins are present at higher levels in heated tobacco products than in conventional 🚬 smoke and the effects of exposure to these are unknown.
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exposetobacco Jun 25
Winners of the #2020 Global Media Competition are calling out the - companies must be held accountable for targeting and manipulating youth! Check out the blog for a list of the winning entries.
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Druh Kariuki Jul 20
Best decision I ever made 57 days ago 💪🏿
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jul 10
Replying to @WHO
Believe in yourself - you're more powerful than your tobacco addiction. Speak to Florence, WHO's digital health worker for advice on how to quit tobacco today. It's time to say 🚭 👉
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Jul 3
Tobacco is the only product that kills half of its consumers, when used as directed. Learn more here: 👉 🚭
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Healthians 7h
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jul 10
Replying to @WHO
Have the confidence to say 🚭: 1⃣Take it one day at a time 2⃣Have role models that were successful in quitting & practice their behaviours 3⃣Look at each quit attempt as bringing you closer to success 4⃣Have a positive mood towards quitting 👉
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