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shisha

(shē′shă) [Persian (Farsi) shishe, a bottle]
1. Water pipe.
2. A damp blend of fresh tobacco leaves flavored with molasses, honey, mint, cinnamon, etc., traditionally smoked in a water pipe.
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There are two separate entrances, one off the main road leading into the Shisha Lounge Bar and a separate one for the Shisha Sports Bar.
They knew where to come for Scotland's best shisha.
Police under the special operation launched on the orders of CPO Rawalpindi, taking action against shisha centers and the shisha smokers are being sent behind the bars.
Dr Joseph Kurian, head of cardiology at LLH Hospital, said: "Shisha smoking is definitely a problem as many take up smoking shisha after breaking their fast or after they abstain from everything else.
The practice also damages religious and social morals, as some women working in shisha shops sometimes dress indecently.
Furthermore, it said hotels would have to apply for a permit to serve shisha, and will only be able to offer it in open spaces, such as outside the hotel or on the rooftop.
A recent study by Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), cited that shisha smoking was 10 times more harmful than cigarette smoking.
Marwan Al Mohammad, director of Dubai Municipality's public health and safety department, said mall outlets must also meet other general conditions on shisha smoking.
Currently, Shisha Fruits are sold in Eastern and Western Europe, Central Asia, and USA.
ere are also concerns that young people in particular are not aware of the serious health risks of smoking shisha - even though the World Health Organisation says an hour on a shisha pipe is as dangerous as smoking 200 cigarettes.
The new Craze E-shisha has been developed to answer the growing need for a tobacco and nicotine free way of enjoying shisha.
In 12 flavors, the new products are available, in either a starter kit containing three capsules and a shisha head, a four-pack of capsules or a 60-count package.