• Project Litter-Butt
    , the Philippine government has passed two laws regulating smoking in public places, namely:  The Clean Air Act of 1999 (Republic Act 8749) and the Tobacco Regulation Act of 2003 (RA 9211). These two laws focuses on banning any form of smoking in enclosed public areas like public buildings and...
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  • taxation
    socializing and smoking outside the building and she must also punish her father for not paying right the women employers VI. Conclusion I conclude that Ms. Luna a human resources management major who graduated from the university of the Philippines in Iloilo City...
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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...
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  • Eng11 Research Paper
    inviting. Republic Act No. 9211, or the Tobacco Regulation Act of 2003, enacted by the Congress on June 23, 2003 expressly prohibits smoking in schools, colleges and universities (Twelfth Congress of the Republic of the Philippines, 2003). It is an act regulating the packaging, use, sale distribution...
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  • Swot Analysis
    form of cancer in the Philippines. Department of Health statistics reveal that 10 Filipinos die every hour because of smoking. According to department of Health, a 10% increase in tobacco taxes will reduce the number of smokers by 2 million by 2016. A significant decline in the number of smokers will...
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  • Preventive Management of Complications on Mothers Who Have Undergone Abortion
    , there is a woman giving birth to a child. Pregnancy brings joy to most mothers. However, some pregnancies have its misfortunes. Some babies are delivered normally, but some are not. According to Strahan (2000), abortion in the countries of India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Turkey, Philippines, Japan...
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  • Sirit Na
    , values, or behavior in order to conform to group norms. 2. Chapter II: Review of Related Literature and Studies Local Studies MANILA, Philippines. About 17.3 million Filipinos aged 15 years old and above are tobacco smokers with at least 13.8 million smoking daily, the Philippine Global...
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  • Philippines Market Segmentation
    Market segmentation is a long-standing strategy used especially in consumer products. It is measurable, accessible, distinguishable, and actionable. Observing markets in the Philippines, can you identify market segments for fast food, garments, cigarettes, alcohol, computers, passenger cars, and...
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  • Smoking
    time students reach college ages; they may be less amenable to peers influences when making a decision on health behaviors, such as smoking behavior. Local Literature “Sophisticated yet subtle tobacco marketing efforts” in the Philippines have resulted in an alarming rise in cigarette smoking...
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  • Consumer Lifestyles in the Philippines
    Ranking of Obese and Overweight Population 2011 © Euromonitor International CONSUMER LIFESTYLES IN THE PHILIPPINES Passport 34 Source: Euromonitor International SMOKING HABITS Smoking Prevalence Despite the Philippines being a signatory to the World Health Organisation‟s Framework...
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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...
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  • Sin Tax Reform Act of 2012
    in our country. Smoking is responsible for 71 percent of lung cancer deaths in the world. Consequently, lung cancer is the leading form of cancer in the Philippines. DOH statistics reveal that 10 Filipinos die every hour because of smoking. According to the DOH, a 10 percent increase in tobacco...
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    website. What is worth noting is that the poorest 30 percent of Filipinos spend more on supporting the habit, with 1.6 percent of their total expenses going to cigarettes, he added.  In an earlier Senate hearing, Health Secretary Enrique Ona has said the Philippines is the top smoking country...
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  • Cigarette Smoking Should Be Prohibited
    to Department of Health, Philippines is number one in smoking in Southeast Asia and so Filipinos are known as Asia’s heaviest smokers. And in fact, ten Filipinos die every hour from illnesses caused by smoking. So what more now in 2013? Yes, it is possible to get it worst! Then how can we stop this...
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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.
    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. Cigarettes are cylindrical rolls of finely cut Tobacco cured for smoking, considerably smaller than most cigars and...
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  • National Cancer Consciousness Week
    The first National Cancer Consciousness Week was held in '1975 by virtue of Presidential Proclamation No. 1348. The first National Cancer Conference was also held during the same year. 2004 A parade and a special program were held at the Philippine General Hospital's quadrangle in celebration of...
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  • The Filipino Youth : Coping with Modern Technology
    ) at pagdaluyong ng migrasyon ay nakakaapekto sa anyo at direksyon ng mga pagbabagong ito. * This is a revised version of the paper commissioned by the Philippine Council for Population and Development (PCPD) for its Media Dialogue on the Changing Lifestyles of the Filipino Adolescents held on 9...
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  • Marijuana
    , like the Philippines. At present, it is easy to get seedlings of marijuana because these are grown easily in pots and cans. Marijuana has different forms as regards to climate and the type of soil where it is planted, where the seeds come from, and the ways and length of time it is grown. The plant...
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  • Acculturation
    is a 32% increase from 1990 and a 137% increase from 1980 (Chung et al., 2007). These waves of immigration from the Philippines can be characterized as a search for economic opportunity and family reunification (de Castro, Gee, & Takeuchi, 2008; Kataoka-Yahiro, Ceria, & Yoder, 2004). As the FA...
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  • Vices
    more conscious about their health and stop engaging in these activities that will make their life miserable. 1.5 Delimitation of the Study * College students of Central Philippine University 1.6 Definition of Terms Vices – are bad habits that he/she is not aware of it. Smoking – is the act of...
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