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[Asia-pacific, Japan, Korea - South] Rolling tobacco in Joseon

When the American journalist, Frank Carpenter, visited Seoul in 1888, he wrote..."All Corean women smoke and the majority of them smoke pipes." ... American cigarettes were used exclusively at the palace, where large quantities were consumed making them
Korea Times (kr)
added Oct 14, 2018 14:22
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[Asia-pacific, Korea - South] Consumers confused over harmfulness of HNB cigarettes

According to a survey by local pollster Realmeter, 69 percent of the HNB cigarette smokers and 73 percent of conventional cigarette smokers said that the government’s announcement has only caused more confusion. Even 65 percent of non-smokers responded t
The Investor (kr)
added Oct 12, 2018 14:38
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[Korea - South] Philip Morris sues Seoul over ecigarette information disclosure

The ministry tested heated tobacco devices including PMI’s IQOS, British American Tobacco’s Glo, and Lil, made by leading South Korean cigarette maker KT&G Corp.  The unusual lawsuit against the South Korean regulator underlines PMI’s concern that sales
Financial Times (uk)
added Oct 1, 2018 18:13
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[Korea - South] Philip Morris sues South Korea over e-cigarette info disclosure

Philip Morris Korea Inc. said on Monday it has filed a lawsuit against the South Korean government, demanding the disclosure of information on a recent test that concluded electronic cigarettes contain harmful substances. An advertisment displaying L&M c
Reuters
added Oct 1, 2018 18:12
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[Asia-pacific, Korea - South] Cigarette sales down 1.1% on campaign, higher prices

Sales of cigarettes in South Korea declined 1.1 percent in the first eight months of 2018 from a year earlier due to a government-led anti-smoking campaign and higher prices, data showed Wednesday. South Korean smokers purchased 2.31 billion 20-ciga
Korea Herald (kr)
added Sep 20, 2018 17:14
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[Korea - South, UK] Do YOU smoke? You're 20% more likely to develop dementia - but quitting the habit 'will protect you'

Fears that cigarettes lead to people being slowly robbed of memories have grown over the past decade, on the back of several trials. And the new South Korean research, based on data from thousands of people, adds to the mounting evidence.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 9, 2018 20:39
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[Korea - South] STRAIGHT TO YOUR HEAD Smokers are ‘much more likely to develop dementia’, docs warn

Those who has smoked long-term but recently quit had a 14 per cent less chance of developing Alzheimer's later in life. They also had a 32 per cent reduced chance of developing vascular dementia - one of the most common forms of the disease. While thos
The Sun (uk)
added Sep 6, 2018 14:14
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[Korea - South] Smokers 'much more likely to develop dementia,' docs warn

Those who don't smoke, or had quit smoking, had less chance of developing the degenerative brain condition than those who still smoke cigarettes, according to a Korean study. Those who has smoked long-term but recently quit had a 14 per cent less chance
Fox News
added Sep 6, 2018 13:58
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[Asia-pacific, Korea - South] Philip Morris claims its smoking device can reduce incidence of lung carcinomas

said the incidence and multiplicity of lung carcinomas was significantly increased upon exposure to cigarette smoke than normal conditions. However, the incidence and multiplicity of lung carcinomas in mice exposed to IQOS was significantly lower than mi
Korea Times (kr)
added Sep 5, 2018 02:02
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[Korea - South] Korean-made heated tobacco product, ‘lil’

Korea’s largest tobacco company, KT&G, also introduced its HTP, ‘lil (a little is a lot)’...three HTPs, IQOS, Glo and lil, are now available in Korea. Sales of HTPs increased from 6.1% of the tobacco market in December 2017 to 9.1% in January 2018 of the
Tobacco Control
added Aug 30, 2018 22:51
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