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with the highest smoking prevalence, increases in mortality attributable to cigarette smoking counteracted (...) become visible only after considerable time lags. Patterns of smoking, diet, and physical activity (...) conditions; (b) evolution of the smoking epidemic among adults; and (c) past trends of obesity prevalence
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Score: 1009985.3 - https://www.un.org/development...gevity_in_the_21st_century.pdf
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1 Smoke-free legislation and policies in the Western Pacific Region Acknowledgements (...) draft of this report was prepared to support discussions on smoke-free policies at the Western Pacific (...) ........................................................................................... 7 3.1 Smoke-free policies and legislation by country
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Score: 970167.2 - https://www.who.int/fctc/imple..._free_legislation_WPR_2014.pdf
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Literature Review on the Health Effects of Smoke-free Policies in Light of the WHO FCTC G L O B A L (...) ................................................................................................................................. 4 Impact of smoke-free policies on exposure to second-hand smoke (...) ................................... 4 Impact of smoke-free policies on reduction in incidence of acute coronary events ............ 6
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Score: 970114.9 - https://www.who.int/fctc/publi...ee_policies_FINAL_09052014.pdf
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WHO supports World Heritage Sites to go smoke-free Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa (...) Australia Home / News / Detail / WHO supports World Heritage Sites to go smoke-free WHO supports World (...) Heritage Sites to go smoke-free 31 July 2012 News release Manila, Philippines The World Health Organization
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Score: 969646 - https://www.who.int/australia/...eritage-sites-to-go-smoke-free
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WHO supports World Heritage Sites to go smoke-free Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa (...) Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / WHO supports World Heritage Sites to go smoke-free WHO supports (...) World Heritage Sites to go smoke-free 31 July 2012 News release Manila, Philippines The World Health
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Score: 968107.2 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...eritage-sites-to-go-smoke-free
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WHO supports World Heritage Sites to go smoke-free Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa (...) / Detail WPRO / WHO supports World Heritage Sites to go smoke-free WHO supports World Heritage Sites to go (...) smoke-free 31 July 2012 News release Manila, Philippines The World Health Organization (WHO) supports
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Score: 968107.2 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...eritage-sites-to-go-smoke-free
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WHO supports World Heritage Sites to go smoke-free Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa (...) work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / WHO supports World Heritage Sites to go smoke (...) -free WHO supports World Heritage Sites to go smoke-free 31 July 2012 News release Manila, Philippines
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Score: 968107.2 - https://www.who.int/republicof...eritage-sites-to-go-smoke-free
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.................................................................................... 28 4.13 Where’s there’s smoke there’s poison (...) ...........................................................31 4.14 Tobacco smoke harms your children (...) ..............................................................32 4.15 Tobacco smoke hurts babies
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Score: 967756.1 - https://www.who.int/fctc/treat...rtElevenAustraliaTwentyone.pdf
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Working together for smoke-free environments Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas (...) us Home / News / Detail / Working together for smoke-free environments Working together for smoke (...) -free environments 7 December 2019 News release “Enforcing a 100% compliance of the smoke-free policy
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Score: 966992.7 - https://www.who.int/cambodia/n...er-for-smoke-free-environments
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that exposure to tobacco smoke causes death, disease, and disability, a fact recognized by the Parties (...) to the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (“WHO FCTC”).1 Tobacco smoke contains (...) carcinogens.2, 3, 4 There is no safe level of exposure to tobacco smoke and even brief periods of exposure
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Score: 966928.2 - https://www.who.int/fctc/imple...thafrica_art8_300114_final.pdf
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