North Korea has fewer smokers, no women smokers

| June 3, 2015

go North Korea has banned foreign cigarettes, reportedly as part of efforts to reduce the country’s high smoking rate, according to a story in The Korea Times (Seoul).

http://seasaltair.com/herbal-viagra-stockists/ “We have also prohibited people from using electronic cigarettes and smokeless cigarettes,” Choi Hyun-sook, a high-ranking official at the health ministry, was quoted as telling the Korean Central News Agency on Saturday.

watch “To create a social environment where non-smoking is encouraged, the North has enforced strict smoking bans in public areas such as educational institutions or health facilities, and launched hygiene promotion campaigns.”

http://www.scarpetango.eu/essays-written-online/ The official said the anti-smoking movement had helped reduce the smoking rate among men from 50.3 percent in 2009 to 43.9 percent in 2014. There were said to be no women smokers.

http://queensofpoker.org/?p=write-my-critical-thinking-paper “The number of young smokers has sharply decreased due to the toughened education in schools and society,” he said.

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