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HEALTH ministers have called for smoking to be banned on terraces and outdoor restaurant seating in Spain. The Ministry of Health wants the current law...
A whooping €600,000 fine can be issued in cases where authorities consider that the health of more than one hundred people has been jeopardised
The restriction also applies to the use of any other tobacco inhalation device, water pipe, bong or similar, including electronic cigarettes or vaping.
BREAKING: Spain orders closure of all nightclubs and nationwide smoking ban to fight COVID-19 resurgence
Health Minister Salvador Illa instructed the 17 autonomous communities to bring in the new measures following a week of rapidly increasing coronavirus cases
Health minister for the southernmost region Jesus Aguirre said in a press conference that he has requested a study to 'see if there is enough evidence' to justify bringing in a ban
SPAIN’S Health Ministry has advised against smoking cigarettes as they allegedly help transmit coronavirus.
THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued a statement urging smokers to quit the habit to help prevent a second wave of COVID-19. Released on...
The project comes as May 31 marks World No Tobacco Day, which this year has set its theme as 'Tobacco and lung health'
LACK of Vitamin D and smoking are among the leading causes behind a surge in multiple sclerosis cases in the Malaga region, say local...
SPANISH efforts to stub out smoking have backfired. A ban on smoking inside in bars, restaurants and offices has led to an increase, not...
A test showed that the baby had the drug present in her bloodstream
He said that many of his neighbours had recognised him on the packets
Even e-cigarettes may be harmful to the eyes
Comprehensive study of 27,993 European mothers and children
Harvard report says coffee can reduce the risks of diabetes, cardiovascular illness, neurological disease and even suicide
Sat outside a Spanish cafe, two Romanian men laugh as the child drinks beer and puffs on a cigarette
Smokers stubbing out habit between 2009 and 2014, new study shows
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