A "smoking zone" in the middle of an otherwise smoke-free area does not protect people from second-hand smoke.
Smoking causes cancer, heart diseases and lung problems -- such warnings found on cigarette packets are known to all.
New US research suggests that exposing children to a combination of secondhand tobacco and marijuana smoke could increase their risk of otitis media (an infection in the middle ear that causes inflammation and a buildup of fluid behind the eardrum) and increase the number of visits to the emergency department (ED).
It’s hard to stop smoking. Understanding what immediately happens to your body when you stop smoking, however, will help you kick that habit to the curb for good.
Smoking has become a common practice among people all over the world.
Dhaka University authorities declare its administrative buildings and others important places on the campus as a smoking-free zone.