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emitting or containing little or no smoke

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Written informed consent was taken and information related to demography and smokeless tobacco use was collected from the patients and their relatives on questionnaire.
Data were analyzed separately for cigarettes and smokeless tobacco to assess total dollar expenditures, as well as the percentage of all marketing expenditures that were sports-related.
Smokeless tobacco includes different types of products, such as dip, chew, snus and types of tobacco that dissolve when placed in the mouth.
The participants were clinically examined in two different groups according to exposure of smokeless tobacco.
Researchers hypothesized that athletes' higher use of smokeless tobacco may be due to awareness that smoking impairs athletic performance, while perceiving smokeless tobacco as less harmful to health.
Discover the latest market trends and uncover sources of future market growth for the Smokeless Tobacco industry in Nigeria with research from Euromonitor's team of in-country analysts.
Discover the latest market trends and uncover sources of future market growth for the Smokeless Tobacco industry in Russia with research from Euromonitor's team of in-country analysts.
The future of smokeless tobacco looks promising as although smokeless tobacco will have to carry excise labels, the excise duty rate will be zero.
In the age group of 13 to 15, the usage of smokeless tobacco is as high as cigarettes.
The CDC further states that smokeless tobacco contains 28 carcinogens, which, according to the American Dental Association, can cause gum disease, stained teeth and tongue, a dulled sense of taste and smell, slow healing after a tooth extraction, and, worst of all, oral cancer.
The numbers for these same groups are 508, 2,631, and 702, respectively, for smokeless tobacco.
Today's array of smokeless propellants is almost mind-boggling.
The overall prevalence of smokeless tobacco use was 5.
Forty were given 4-mg nicotine lozenges and 41 received tobacco-free snuff to help cut back their smokeless tobacco use.
Major League Baseball and the baseball players' union should vigorously enforce limits on smokeless tobacco use included in the new players' contract announced last November, public health groups said in a statement.