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New sets of specified health warnings for all tobacco product packs

first_img Share By EH News Bureau on August 21, 2019 Sandy 2 years WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha News Add Comment There will be one common specified health warning for both smoking, smokeless forms of tobacco productsThe Ministry of Health and Family Welfare notified new sets of specified health warnings for all tobacco product packs by making an amendment in the Cigarettes and other Tobacco Products (Packaging and Labelling) Rules, 2008 vide GSR 331(E) dated April 3, 2018 “Cigarettes and other Tobacco Products (Packaging and Labeling) Second Amendment Rules, 2018.” The amended Rules are applicable w.e.f. September 1, 2018.Two images were notified vide the above notification with a clause that date of coming into effect of the second image (image 2) of specified health warning, shall be for all tobacco products manufactured or imported after the completion of twelve months from the date of commencement of first image (image 1).Image-1 of the said notification came into effect from September 1, 2018 and as such all tobacco products manufactured or packaged or imported on or after September 1, 2019 shall display Image-2.Telephone Quit-line number “QUIT TODAY CALL 1800-11-2356” is also the part of the health warning. This helps in creating awareness among tobacco users, and gives them access to counselling services to effect behaviour change. There shall be one common specified health warning for both smoking and smokeless forms of tobacco products.The toll free Tobacco Quit-line Services [1800-11-2356] provides counselling and strategies for quitting tobacco use. As per the recent second round of Global Adult Tobacco Survey [GATS -2, 2016-17] conducted in the age group 15 years and above, 61.9 per cent of current cigarette smokers, 53.8 per cent of current bidi smokers and 46.2 per cent of current smokeless tobacco users thought about quitting because of warning label on packets of cigarette, bidi and smokeless tobacco.The said notification along with printable version of warning, is already available on the Ministry’s website i.e. https://mohfw.gov.in and https://ntcp.nhp.gov.in and has already been shared in all regional languages vide e-mail as requested by the stakeholders. The open files of the image in all regional languages may also be obtained from the Ministry through making a request at [email protected] and/or 011-23062868. Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app We run NGOs to help people who are dependent on drug and tobacco. We helped many people in the past. Interestingly, Image 1 and image 2 are same here. Image 1 was a photo of a female which is already in use on packets. I found only one article with more clarity on this here thehealth.today/tobacco-causes-painful-death-a-new-health-warning-for-tobacco-products Related Posts MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Comments (1) Read Article Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” bidicigarettesMinistry of Health and Family WelfareQUIT TODAY CALL 1800-11-2356smokelesssmokingTobacco New sets of specified health warnings for all tobacco product packs last_img read more

Premium / On the wires: It’s all noise! FedEx CEO Fred Smith is up for the e-commerce fight

first_imgBy Alessandro Pasetti 26/06/2019 Premium subscriber LOGIN Forgotten your password? Please click here Password* New Premium subscriber REGISTER Subscription required for Premium stories In order to view the entire article please login with a valid subscription below or register an account and subscribe to Premium Reset << Go back Email* Reset Your Password Please Login “E-commerce continues to be a driving force of total U.S. domestic market growth. We are building our portfolio, networking capacity to best serve thousands of retailers in this space and we continue to differentiate for example, with the launch of the FedEx seven-day service. In 2020 FedEx Ground will deliver seven days a week year round for 80% of US GDP.” – Brie Carere, chief marketing and communications officer, conference call with analysts, 25 June 2019.Defensive mode on? ... Please either REGISTER or login below to continue LOGIN Email*last_img read more

Electric Shock Collars for Pets to Be Banned in England

first_imgAccording to a 2014 survey, 74% of the English population is in favor of the ban, while one third of recipients thought that there was already a ban in place. Scotland and Wales have both banned electric shock collars.RELATED: Instead of Seeing Fireworks on Fourth of July, 200 People Spent Their Holiday Comforting Shelter DogsDr. Rachel Casey, who is the director of canine behavior and research at animal welfare organization Dogs Trust, applauded the ban.“Scientific research has demonstrated that electronic devices which deliver an aversive stimulus have a negative impact on dog welfare, so this ban will have a major positive impact for dogs in the UK,” said Casey, according to the BBC.Containment fences, which use shock methods to prevent animals from leaving a certain area, are still legal based on evidence that they reportedly prevent up to 300,000 from being harmed in road and traffic related accidents. Be Sure And Share The Pawesome News With Your Friends – Representative photo by Emery Way, CCAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreThe English government has just announced that they will be banning the use of electric shock collars on cats and dogs.Shock collars can deliver up to 6,000 volts of electricity, sometimes for as long as 11 seconds. Other collars can release noxious smelling chemicals as a means of dissuading pets from certain behaviors. Both of these devices have been shown to cause – and worsen – behavioral problems and anxiety in pets.Animal rights organizations that have been rallying for the ban encourage using positive-reward training techniques instead.last_img read more

British Ports Association Welcomes New Maritime Minister

first_img Author: Baibhav Mishra We are today writing to the Minister to make sure that these and the other priorities we have set out this month are top of her agenda, not just in her Department, but across Whitehall. The British Ports Association has today welcomed confirmation that Kelly Tolhurst MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport will be the Minister responsible for ports. Last month the BPA set out a number of priorities for the ports industry in 2020. A number of huge challenges await the Minister this year. In addition to the introduction of Freeports and new trade relationships, sustainability, the energy transition, connectivity, innovation, and safety will all be filling the Minister’s in-tray. The BPA was also pleased to see Rishi Sunak elevated to Chancellor last week, following his work with the sector on Freeports. Kelly Tollhurst was appointed as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Transport on 13 February 2020 and confirmed today as fulfilling the maritime, aviation, freeports, security, civil contingencies and will shadow the roads brief. The BPA congratulates and welcomes Kelly Tolhurst to the best brief in Government. Having previous experience in the industry, we hope that the new Ports Minister will settle in quickly and take up the mantle from her predecessor as an enthusiastic champion of the UK ports sector and the wider maritime industry. Now is a pivotal time to take on the brief of maritime minister, with the current consultation on Freeports. Post-Brexit trade-facilitation is also high on the agenda, as well as sustainability and port connectivity. We look forward to meeting Ms Tolhurst at the earliest opportunity and building a constructive relationship based around a shared vision of a thriving maritime industry generating prosperity in coastal communities and across the UK. Commenting on the appointment, BPA Chief Executive, Richard Ballantyne, said: Sea News, February 20 We are thankful to Nusrat Ghani for her enthusiasm and hard work as Ports Minister for the past two years, and wish her well in future. last_img read more

india odi captains: Dhoni or Ganguly or Azhar; Who has…

first_imgBeing the captain of a national team is a very stressful job. There are many captains who have played an important role in making India a major player in world cricket. Kapil Dev’s leading India to the World Cup title in 1983 was the first major achievement of a captain in Indian cricket. India then reached the final of the ODI World Cup in 2003 under the captaincy of Sourav Ganguly. In 2011, under the leadership of MS Dhoni, India lifted the World Cup for the second time. Here are five captains who have led India to the most ODIs …5. Rahul Dravid (79)Rahul Dravid is the fifth captain to lead India in most ODIs. Under Dravid, who has led India in 79 ODIs, India have won 42 matches. The pass percentage is 56. India’s exit from the group stage of the 2007 ODI World Cup was a major embarrassment for Dravid’s captaincy.4. Virat Kohli (89)Current captain Virat Kohli has led India in 89 ODIs so far. The team led by Kohli has the best success rate. He has 62 wins and 24 defeats. When one match was tied, 2 matches went to no avail. Kohli’s ODI pass percentage is 71.83.3. Sourav Ganguly (146)Ganguly is the third most capped Indian ODI captain. The team has won 76 of 146 matches and lost 65 times. Five matches went unanswered. Ganguly’s career highlight was the victory of the Indian team in the 2003 World Cup, which lost its face in a bribery scandal.2. Muhammad Azharuddin (174)Mohammad Azharuddin is the captain who has led the Indian team the most. Azhar also captained the team in the 1996 and 1999 ODI World Cups. He lost the captaincy of the team due to a bribery controversy. During Azhar’s tenure, India won 90 ODIs and lost 76. His pass percentage is 54.16.1. MS Dhoni (200)Mahendra Singh Dhoni has led India in most ODIs. The golden feathers of Dhoni’s captaincy led to the T20 World Cup victory in 2007, the ODI World Cup victory in 2011 and the Champions Trophy victory in 2013. Under Dhoni, India have won 110 ODIs in 200 ODIs. After losing 74 times, 5 matches were drawn. Under Dhoni, India have a winning percentage of 59.52.last_img read more

Meet the men looking to win Hannah’s heart on season 15 of ‘The Bachelorette’

first_imgABC/Josh Vertucci(LOS ANGELES) — The 30 men who will be competing on season 15 of The Bachelorette were revealed on Tuesday, and they include a golf pro, a pilot and a surfer, all of whom will try and win the heart of former beauty queen Hannah Brown.In the season premiere, the men, ranging in age from 23-33, will do their best to impress Hannah, but what they don’t know is that for the first time in Bachelorette history, they’ll be be under under the watchful eyes of “Hannah’s Angels” — consisting of The Bachelor season 23’s Demi Burnett and Katie Morton — who’ll be keeping tabs on them from van parked beside the Bachelor Mansion.At the end of the night, 22 lucky guys will remain to toast The Bachelorette.Season 15 of The Bachelorette begins May 13 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.Here’s the complete list of Hannah’s suitors:Brian, 30, math teacher, Louisville, KentuckyCam, 30, software sales, Austin, TexasChasen, 27, pilot, Ann Arbor, MichiganConnor J., 28, sales manager, Newport Beach, CaliforniaConnor S., 24, investment analyst, Dallas, TexasDaron, 25, IT consultant, Buckhead, GeorgiaDevin, 27, talent manager, Sherman Oaks, CaliforniaDustin, 30, real estate broker, Chicago, ILDylan, 24, tech entrepreneur, San Diego, CaliforniaGarrett, 27, golf pro, Birmingham, AlabamaGrant, 30, unemployed, San Clemente, CaliforniaHunter, 24, pro surfer, Westchester, CaliforniaJed, 25, singer/songwriter, Nashville, TennesseeJoe, 30, The Box King, Chicago, IllinoisJoey, 33, finance manager, Bethesda, MarylandJohn Paul Jones, 24, John Paul Jones, Lanham, MarylandJonathan, 27, server, Los Angeles, CaliforniaKevin, 27, behavioral health specialist, Manteno, IllinoisLuke P., 24, import/export manager, Gainesville, GeorgiaLuke S., 29, political consultant, Washington, D.C.Matt Donald, 26, medical device salesman, Los Gatos, CaliforniaMatteo, 25, management consultant, Atlanta, GeorgiaMatthew, 23, car bid spotter, Newport Beach, CaliforniaMike, 31, portfolio manager, San Antonio, TexasPeter, 27, pilot, Westlake Village, CaliforniaRyan, 25, roller boy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Scott, 28, software sales executive, Chicago, IllinoisThomas, 27, international pro basketball player, Detroit, MichiganTyler C., 26, general contractor, Jupiter, FloridaTyler G., 28, psychology graduate student, Boca Raton, FloridaCopyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more