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EVEN though the number of active users of tobacco appears to be on a downward trend, more has to be done via public and private healthcare partnerships for Malaysia to achieve the ‘endgame’ of tobacco by 2045.
VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN): Laos has the second worst record of all Asean countries with regard to smoking-related deaths, even though health officials have worked to raise public awareness of the harmful effects of tobacco.
The dangers of smoking are fairly ubiquitious, but less so are the methods on how to quit this deadly habit.
Brunei stays 'Committed to quit smoking' theme as country stays clears of local covid-19 cases for 389 days
Approximately eight million deaths are recorded around the world every year, as a consequence of tobacco use.
MALAYSIA has approximately five million smokers and 10% of them are below the age of 19 with the number of young smokers expected to rise dramatically, said Consumers Association of Penang (CAP).
From MOHIDEEN ABDUL KADER President, Consumers’ Association of Penang.
PETALING JAYA: One in five people who died of Covid-19 in Malaysia was a smoker, says Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
PHNOM PENH: The NGO Cambodia Movement for Health (CMH) urged the government to take stricter measures to implement the Law on Tobacco Control, claiming that some tobacco companies continue to flout the law by targeting underage consumers.