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The COVID-19 pandemic had not changed the smoking behavior among smokers, and even showed increasing tendency,says one study.
A survey conducted by a tobacco control committee found that the majority smokers do not believe smoking increases exposure toward COVID-19.
The Indonesian Society of Respirology (PDPI) said lung cancer is the main cause of deaths among Indonesian men.
An expert explains why inhaling secondhand smoke exhaled by people smoking cigarette can increase the chance of contracting COVID-19.
In 1988, the member states of the World Health Assembly called for a celebration of World No Tobacco Day on May 31 each year.
Health experts on Tuesday urged smokers to stop their smoking habit as it would help prevent them from contracting the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Muhammadiyah has officially labeled vaping or e-cigarettes haram and called on non-smokers to refrain from it at all costs.
The Indonesian Respiratory Association (PDPI) is not a believer in seeing vape as an alternative to quitting cigarette smoking.
Resist the temptation of smoking by avoiding certain foods and beverages that research found to suppress cigarette craving.
The Indonesian Society of Respirology declared e-cigarettes that use herbal liquids still present health risks.
YLKI has again urged the draft regulation on the smoke-free area to be included in the list of priorities under the 2020 city's legislative program.
An adult man identified as A.N. (49) was caught smoking a cigarette during a Wings Air flight IW-1934.
The 2018 basic health research (Riskesdas) revealed an increasing trend of smoking prevalence among children up to 9.1 percent.
The Indonesian Health Ministry has called for people to avoid vaping.
The Yogyakarta regional administration will intensify its efforts to further limit people from smoking in the area of Malioboro.
PDPI relentlessly reminds the public about the dangers of smoking as the world lung cancer day is annually commemorated on August 1st.
Minister of Health Nila Moeloek barred teachers from cigarette smoking in schools as it might be followed by students.
Health Minister, Nila F. Moeloek mentioned cigarette smoking as the main cause of non-communicable diseases such as coronary disease and cancer.
In total, there have been more than 600 cases of smoking while riding motorcycles.