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narghile

(nar'gi-le) [Fr. narguilé, fr Persian (Farsi) nargila, pipe (for smoking, made of coconut shell)] Water pipe.
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Evaluating ECG and carboxyhemoglobin changes due to smoking narghile. Inhal Toxicol 2016;28:546-9.
Laboratory and clinical acute effects of active and passive indoor group water-pipe (narghile) smoking.
A pleasure among friends: how narghile (waterpipe) smoking differs from cigarette smoking in Syria.
Shihadeh, "Charcoal emissions as a source of CO and carcinogenic PAH in mainstream narghile waterpipe smoke," Food and Chemical Toxicology, vol.
Factors related to frequency of narghile (water-pipe) use: the first insights on tobacco dependence in narghile users.
Acute toxicant exposure and cardiac autonomic dysfunction from smoking a single narghile waterpipe with tobacco and with a 'healthy' tobacco-free alternative.
They also agree on the labelling of waterpipes (also known as narghile, or hookahs), noting that they would also be subject to the general labelling regime.
Hookahs: An Emerging Public Health Issue Waterpipes, also known as hookah, shisha, narghile, goza, or hubble bubble, have been used for centuries to smoke tobacco, particularly in North Africa, the eastern Mediterranean, and areas of southeast Asia.
Shisha is also known to many as hookah, huqqa, jurak, arghile, narghile, hubble bubble, goza or boori in different dialects and in different countries.
The rise in popularity of Shisha (also known as hookah, hubble bubble and narghile) among young people is causing concern as it can contain the same amount of smoke in one session as up to 100 cigarettes.
Contrary to popular belief, shisha - also known as hookah, hubble bubble and narghile - is not safer than smoking cigarettes.
The pipes, also known as hubble bubble and narghile, are packed with fruity, sweetsmelling tobacco.