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Smoking and alcohol consumption in OECD countries – country breakdown

At least seven million people worldwide die of tobacco smoking and of these 890,000 die of exposure to second hand smoke. Smoking statistics
News-Medical.net
added Nov 14, 2017 03:12
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Health at a Glance 2017: Smoking and alcohol consumption among children

Over 15% of 15-year-olds smoke at least once a week in France, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Slovak Republic, as well as Lithuania (Figure 4.5). At the other end of the scale, fewer than 5% report weekly smoking in Iceland and Norway. Across the OE
OECD - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (fr)
added Nov 14, 2017 13:05
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Health at a Glance 2017: Smoking among adults

Across the OECD, just over 18% of adults smoke tobacco daily (14% of women and 23% of men) (Figure 4.1). Rates are highest in Greece, Hungary and Turkey, as well as Indonesia (over 25%), and lowest in Mexico as well as Brazil (under 10%). Women smoke the
OECD - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (fr)
added Nov 14, 2017 13:01
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[Europe] Health at a Glance 2017: Smoking and alcohol consumption among children

Over 15% of 15-year-olds smoke at least once a week in France, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Slovak Republic, as well as Lithuania (Figure 4.5). At the other end of the scale, fewer than 5% report weekly smoking in Iceland and Norway. Across the OE
OECD - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (fr)
added Nov 14, 2017 12:55
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1 in 5 U.S. adults used tobacco in 2015: government study

found 21 percent of U.S. adults, or 49 million people, were tobacco users. Of them, about 87 percent reported smoking cigarettes, cigars or some form of pipe. The remainder reported using e-cigarettes or smokeless products such as chewing or dissolvable
Reuters
added Nov 9, 2017 20:32
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Tobacco Product Use Among Adults — United States, 2015

In 2015, 20.1% of U.S. adults currently (every day or some days) used any tobacco product, 17.6% used any combustible tobacco product, and 3.9% used ≥2 tobacco products. Current use of any tobacco product was higher among males; persons aged <65 years; n
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
added Nov 9, 2017 20:10
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1 in 5 Americans Still Uses Tobacco, Gov't. Reports

There were 49 million tobacco users, according to the 2015 U.S. National Health Interview Survey. Of those, 42 million used either cigarettes, cigars or hookahs and water pipes. The remainder used electronic cigarettes or smokeless tobacco products such
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Nov 9, 2017 20:03
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[New York] Cigarette Taxes and Cigarette Smuggling by State, 2015

New York has the highest inbound smuggling activity, with an estimated 56.8 percent of cigarettes consumed in the state deriving from smuggled sources in 2015. New York is followed by Arizona (44.8 percent of consumption smuggled), Washington (43.7 perce
Tax Foundation
added Nov 15, 2017 04:31
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[Europe] How does UK healthcare spending compare internationally?

ONS’s new internationally-comparable “health accounts“1 show that the UK’s total healthcare spending in 2014 was £179 billion, or 9.9% of GDP. As a percentage of GDP, the UK spent less on healthcare than USA, Japan, France and Germany and a similar perc
Office for National Statistics (ONS) (uk)
added Nov 25, 2017 04:56
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[UK-Scotland] Cancer Mortality in Scotland (2016) (PDF)

Lung cancer is the most common cause of death from cancer in Scotland (4,035 deaths). A quarter of all deaths from cancer in Scotland are attributed to lung cancer. The number of deaths due to lung cancer is more than double that of colorectal cancer, the
Scottish Health Statistics / ISD Scotland
added Nov 1, 2017 15:48
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