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[Kenya] YOUNG GIRLS BECOMING REGULAR SMOKERS

Vincent Kimosop from the international institute for legislative affairs says more girls are now smoking than their male peers.
Nairobi Star (ke)
added Jun 23, 2012 15:42
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Partner cigarette smoking and risk of neural tube defects among infants of non-smoking women in northern China

Conclusion Peri-conceptional exposure to partner smoking may increase the risk of NTDs in the offspring of Chinese non-smoking women.
Tobacco Control
added Jun 19, 2012 05:40
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[New Zealand] Maori girls' smoking rates highest

Young Maori girls have the highest daily smoking rates of any ethnicity, according to recent statistics.
Sun Live (nz)
added May 28, 2012 13:56
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Women who don't smoke can still get lung cancer

Detroit (MI) Free Press
added May 20, 2012 12:06
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Effect of secondhand smoke on asthma control among black and Latino children

Science Direct
added May 14, 2012 14:14
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Substance Use during Pregnancy Varies by Race and Ethnicity (PDF)

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
added May 13, 2012 22:01
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Sheesha smoking “fashionable” for Qatari girls - study

Arabian Business
added Feb 7, 2012 00:00
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[Ethiopia] Heart risk for obese women's babies

Press Association (uk)
added Jan 31, 2012 00:00
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Billie Jean King: ‘Be ahead of your time – that’s what you have to do’

‘I decided to fight for equality and freedom and equal rights and opportunities for everyone. Not just girls. Everyone.’ [NB: no mention in this extensive article of Virginia Slims/Philip Morris--except in the comments--gb]
The Guardian (uk)
added Nov 13, 2017 16:07
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[Asia, Korea - South] Smoking rate in S. Korea rebounds in 2016 despite price hike

According to the data compiled by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, 23.9 percent of South Koreans aged 19 and above smoked in 2016, up 1.3 percentage points from 22.6 percent posted a year earlier. The figure came to 40.7 percent for males and 6.4 perc
Yonhap News Agency (kr)
added Nov 6, 2017 16:31
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