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[New Zealand] Don't wear too much jewellery, 'listening intently' is a turn off and NEVER take pictures of your meal: Singles reveal their unexpected first date deal-breakers

70 per cent of people revealed they were turned off by those who lied about smoking, many considering this worse than lying about weight, age and height.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 27, 2016 18:53
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[Asia, Kazakhstan] Woman strips off her clothes to reveal her breasts and warns doorman she’ll accuse him of sexual assault when he tries to remove her from bookmakers because she’s smoking

The footage starts with the woman, who appears to be drunk, walking into the bookies with a lit cigarette in her hand. The security guard follows her inside and promptly tells her that smoking is banned inside the premises.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 20, 2016 13:41
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[Nigeria] 'Smoking causes erectile dysfunction'

The Association of General and Private Medical Practitioners of Nigeria on Wednesday called on the Federal Government to ban all commercial advertisements which promote smoking because “tobacco consumption cases erectile dysfunction.” The association wh
The Punch (ng)
added May 18, 2016 17:54
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[UK] Why you'll live longer if your mother ate lots of beans and your father didn't like fry-ups

Men who smoke in the years before conception are significantly more likely to father children with asthma, research from the University of Bergen suggests. This supports worrying evidence compiled by Professor Marcus Pembrey, a geneticist at the Universi
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 18, 2016 07:28
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[Africa, Congo] A Biocultural Investigation of Gender Differences in Tobacco Use in an Egalitarian Hunter-Gatherer Population

low levels of smoking by Aka women are better explained by the hypothesis that women evolved to avoid plant toxins to protect their fetuses and nursing infants. High male use might be better explained by sexual selection. We also highlight the important r
Springer Science+Business Media
added May 12, 2016 04:14
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[Africa, Congo] Advance of birth control may boost female smoking

The number of female smokers in developing countries may rise as contraception becomes more widespread, according to a study of smoking habits among a tribe in the Congo... The study, published by US researchers in the journal Human Nature last month,
Science and Development Network (SciDev.Net)
added May 12, 2016 04:12
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[Asia, India] KOHLI: Romancing the smoke

Addictions are a part of life, as is disease. Governmental regulations do control, advertising should be categorical to convey a single purposeful meaning. Inputs from citizens, lifestyle changes, social philosophies, have a definite role.
Times of India
added May 9, 2016 22:49
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[Belgium] Women looking for a casual fling are more attracted to men who smoke and drink because this 'risky' behaviour is exciting

confirmed men's behaviour corresponds with women's perceptions. Using a sample of 171 men aged 17 to 30, the men who were also looking for short-term relationships were more likely to smoke and drink. A stock image of Johnny Depp smoking is pictured
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 6, 2016 17:38
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Cigarette Smoking and Semen Quality: A New Meta-analysis Examining the Effect of the 2010 World Health Organization Laboratory Methods for the Examination of Human Semen

Our results suggest that cigarette smoking has an overall negative effect on semen parameters. The latest WHO laboratory methods for the examination of human semen had a minimal impact on the magnitude of effect size, thus confirming the observed negati
European Urology
added Apr 29, 2016 20:12
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More evidence that smoking worsens semen quality

Using the most up-to-date definition of abnormal sperm from the World Health Organization, the researchers found that smokers have lower sperm counts, poorer sperm movement, and more irregularly shaped sperm than nonsmokers. Ashok Agarwal of the America
Reuters
added Apr 29, 2016 20:10
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