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injurious

(ĭn-jo͝or′ē-əs)
adj.
1. Causing or tending to cause injury; harmful: eating habits that are injurious to one's health.
2. Offensive or insulting; hurtful: made injurious statements about his rival.

in·ju′ri·ous·ly adv.
in·ju′ri·ous·ness n.
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The CJP remarked ' Supari and gutka are injurious to health.
The CJP replied: "Supari and gutka are injurious to health.
Dr Imran said that Oxytocin, injected to cows and buffaloes to fetch early and extra milk was injurious to the health of children.
For each possession with intent charge he was given 20 months, for the commercial practice charge eight months, and for the injurious food charge eight months, all to run at the same time, making a total of 20 months.
Commissioner (AAC), Abbas Khan Afridi conducted raid on a snack manufacturing factory on main road at Togh and sealed it for manufacturing injurious chips.
Decreasing self injurious behaviors in children with autism spectrum disorders.
The exact reasons of these stereotype self-stimulatory injurious behaviors are not known.
When it came to injurious falls, tai chi reduced the risk by 50 percent over the short term, and 28 percent over the long term--however, tai chi did not influence when an older adult was likely to have their first injurious fall.
In 2011, the national average rate for injurious falls that occurred during hospitalization was 0.
Arroyo said the high court had ruled in many cases that detainees are entitled to bail if their continuous confinement during the pendency of their case would be injurious to their health or endanger their life.
There is WHO report with 30 thousand- plus sample; it is not injurious," Prasad said.