• Sin Tax Reform Act of 2012
    common sales tax, to make them more expensive, less affordable and less accessible by consumers. According to the Department of Health (DOH), the Philippines has an estimated 17.3 million tobacco consumers, the most number of smokers in Southeast Asia. Filipinos on average consume 1, 073 cigarette sticks...
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  • Grammar
    ASSUMPTION COLEGE BASIC EDUCATION DIVISION CAE: GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION III SCHOOL YEAR 2010-2011 BANNING OF SMOKING AND CIGARETTES AS A SOLUTION TO THE EFFECTS OF SMOKING Submitted by: Keisha Marie G. Segui III-3 Submitted to: Mr. Anthere Bunales Date of submission: March 9, 2011 ...
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  • Project Litter-Butt
    CHAPTER 1 | Introduction Background The relationship of Philippines with tobacco began in the late 1500s, where the Spanish empire first introduced tobacco plants and made our country a tobacco producing nation. As early as that, smoking tobacco quickly became a customary habit, making it a widespread...
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  • Sintax Reform Law
    Don't expect sharp drop in smoking with new sin tax bill — economist SIEGFRID O. ALEGADO, GMA NewsDecember 12, 2012 7:52pm The sin tax reform measure will definitely raise the prices of cigarettes and alcoholic beverages, but there won't be an immediate and marked decrease in the number of smokers...
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  • Eng11 Research Paper
    Spreading Awareness about the Effects of Cigarette Smoking Through Multimedia Among Students of Mapua Institute of Technology in Intramuros, Manila A Research Paper Presented to Juan Carlos Santos School of Languages, Humanities And Social Sciences By Group 3 - B2 March 2011 Spreading...
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  • Health
    hardworking person no matter hard it is the try their best to do it. I’m from Philippines I have one brother he’s a college student. My mom is Glenda Lucelo and my dad is Fernando Lucelo. School that I attended it’s on Philippines grade 1 to 4 I attend Dulong bayan elementary school grade 5 to second year...
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  • Ygerghd
    Four Stars Hotel Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria Ortigas Avenue corner Asian Development Bank Avenue Street City 1100 MANILA Philippines Accommodation Details Located in the heart of the vibrant Ortigas commercial hub, Crowne Plaza Galleria Manila is just minutes away from the country’s leading...
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  • Smoking
    A lot of women is aware that is smoking is bad for their health. Even if one of their family members already died from smoking, yet, they themselves still do smoke. Most smokers can recite the statistics of people dying from smoking. They know that cancer is the leading cause of death of many people...
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  • Heart Diseases in the Philippines
    Heart Diseases in the Philippines Mortality and morbidity The data we gathered shows that the average morbidity level during 2000-2004 almost did not change in 2005. However, the level of mortality is alarmingly increasing. This means that more people die from heart diseases than before. Since we...
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  • Smoking
    Introduction: Smoking industry is wide spreading in our society especially to the youth in our generation. Smoking is a practice in which a substance most commonly known as tobacco or cannabis that is usually burned and smoked and it is tasted or inhaled. In our time now smoking is one of the most...
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    Causes of cervical cancer in the Philippines: A case-control study Ngelangel, Cora; Munoz, Nubia; Bosch, F Xavier; Limson, Genara M; et al. Journal of the National Cancer Institute90. 1 (Jan 7, 1998): 43-9. Turn on hit highlighting for speaking browsers Hide highlighting Abstract (summary) TranslateAbstract ...
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  • Related Lit
    Few studies have investigated the independent effects of occupational exposures and smoking on chronic bronchitis and airflow obstruction. We assessed the association between lifetime occupational exposures and airflow obstruction in a cross-sectional survey in an urban-industrial area of Catalonia,...
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  • Cigarettes
    the readers about four aspects: 1) the contribution of tobacco industries to the economy; 2) the damage of smoking to health; 3) impact of cigarettes on environment and 4) the loss that smoking causes to the economy. In general, the profit that tobacco industry makes is enormous and cigarette tax is...
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  • Issues Regarding the Noynoy Aquino Administration
    to vote him into office as president. It was what is expected of the son of the late Benigno and Cory Aquino, both great former presidents of the Philippines. He lacks charisma or even basic public speaking abilities. The media has a lot of bad comments especially when he speaks with the press. He commits...
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  • Cigarette Smoking Should Be Prohibited
    Cigarette Smoking Should Be Prohibited Have you ever experienced being disgusted because you inhaled a cigarette smoke from a man beside you? Indeed, nowadays, cigarette smokers are almost widely seen in public places. Adult, teenager, boy or girl, name it and they are possibly smokers. According to...
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  • Consumer Lifestyles in the Philippines
    CONSUMER LIFESTYLES IN THE PHILIPPINES Euromonitor International August 2012 CONSUMER LIFESTYLES IN THE PHILIPPINES Passport I LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES Consumer Habits in Context...........................................................................................................
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  • Some Businesses Now Say That No One Can Smoke Cigarettes in Any of Their Offices. Some Governments Have Banned Smoking in All Public Places. Do You Agree or Disagree? Give Reasons.
    one can smoke cigarettes in any of their offices. Some Governments have banned smoking in all Public places. Do you Agree or Disagree? Give reasons. Cigarettes are cylindrical rolls of finely cut Tobacco cured for smoking, considerably smaller than most cigars and usually wrapped in thin white paper...
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  • Diabetes milletus
    mellitus or prediabetes. For the past few years, modernization and urbanization noticeably arise in the Philippines, unhealthy lifestyle of Filipino people has now become one of the reasons why Philippines is now a hot zone of Diabetes Mellitus. According to Lim-Abraham (2012), diabetes can come in an earlier...
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  • The Monster
    the Spanish and Portuguese cigarro, from the Mayan siyar; "to smoke rolled tobacco leaves") is a small cylinder of finely cut tobacco leaves rolled in thin paper for smoking. The cigarette is ignited at one end and allowed to smoulder; its smoke is inhaled from the other end, which is held in or to the mouth and in some...
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  • Level Playing Field
    P10 billion.” In a statement, Ona said: “With higher prices, the number of young and poor people smoking and drinking excessively will be reduced significantly, resulting in a lower incidence of smoking-related noncommunicable illnesses such as lung cancer, heart attack, strokes and chronic lung disease...
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