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Kenya must step up bid to help smokers quit the killer habit

OPINION

Nine in ten of Kenya’s 2.5 million smokers regret having taken up the habit, according to a report by the International Tobacco Control (ITC) in May.

Kenya must step up bid to help smokers quit the killer habit

By Okanga Nashon | 3 days ago

Embrace new evidence-based tobacco control to save lives

Embrace new evidence-based tobacco control to save lives

Kenya needs to adopt evidence-based strategies that have been scientifically proven to reduce harm associated with tobacco smoking.

Kariuki Micheal | 8 days ago

How State has been fighting to stop tobacco use in Kenya

Quitting smoking is not the easiest of the tasks, according to smokers themselves and some experts, who say it is better not to start smoking at all.

Sara Okuoro and Sarah Kamande | 2 months ago

Fact or fiction: Debunking the myths about smoking

Smoking Marijuana is harmless: Various groups, including #LegalizeIt! have termed marijuana a natural herb and want it legalized.

Sara Okuoro and Sarah Kamande | 2 months ago

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