Thirty five per cent of private school students initiated tobacco chewing
before the age of 11 yr while only 14 per cent government school students initiated it at this age (P<0.
2006) reported that betel nut use, but not tobacco chewing
or cigarette smoking, was associated with skin lesions.
About 25 percent of people diagnosed with oral cancer have none of the traditional risk factors associated with the disease, including smoking, tobacco chewing
and drinking alcohol.
THE only difference between Graham Allen and Clint Eastwood's legendary character in `The Good, The Bad and The Ugly' is that the tobacco chewing
gunfighter never shot him-self in the foot.
A colourful poster has been pasted above the chair at Rajen Joshi's practice in Broad Street, Foleshill, in an attempt to encourage patients to heed warnings over smoking and tobacco chewing
Billy positively begs to be put on the big screen, with someone like Simon Callow making a guest appearance as Charles Dickens, and the entire dusty tobacco chewing
, bank robbing, cattle raiding lifestyle of the wild west once more recreated in brilliant Technicolor.
If the young athletes have to brush up on their four-letter words and tobacco chewing
, let them learn it in the major league lockerrooms, not your lockerroom and your field.
But in rural America, snuff dipping and tobacco chewing
continued, in part because of the danger of fire from cigarettes.
A study published in the latest issue of Asia Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention has analysed 22,000 cases of tobacco chewing
and adult mortality.
among men is increasing in Kerala probably due to the smoking ban and industry strategy to focus on smokeless tobacco.
Possible need to replace the tobacco chewing
habit with another oral
What we're now appearing to get is tobacco chewing