Women’s Union targets smokers
A conference on smoking in
The union’s Nguyen Thi Kim Thuy said
Despite national programmes aimed at helping people quit smoking and smoking bans at some public locations, visitors to most restaurants, bars and public places in
A study in two wards in Ha Noi revealed that women and children account for 55-56 per cent suffering from passive smoke inhalation, and have to put up with inhaling smoke for an average of 26 minutes per day.
Light up the countryside
Doctor Le Tan Phung from Khanh Son District Health Centre in Khanh Hoa Province said studies showed that 55.1 per cent of Raglai women at the age of 15 to 49 smoke (due to traditional reasons), while 47 per cent of them want to stop smoking.
The Viet Nam Women’s