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hookah

, hooka
an oriental pipe for smoking marijuana, tobacco, etc., consisting of one or more long flexible stems connected to a container of water or other liquid through which smoke is drawn and cooled

hookah

[′hü·kə]
(engineering)
An air supply device used in free diving, comprising a demand regulator worn by the diver and a hose extending to a compressed air supply at the surface.
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Revenues at these spots are mostly based on hookah, which is always in high demand by both men and women
Participants were asked about current (past 30-day) use of cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco,* e-cigarettes, ([dagger]) hookahs, ([section]) pipe tobacco, ([paragraph]) and bidis.
School of Medicine shows that hookah smokers are inhaling a large load of toxicants.
The research team reviewed 542 scientific articles potentially relevant to cigarette and hookah smoking and ultimately narrowed them down to 17 studies that included sufficient data to extract reliable estimates on toxicants inhaled when smoking cigarettes or hookahs.
A new meta-analysis shows that hookah smokers are inhaling a large load of toxicants.
The seized hookahs will be destroyed later, Al Mansouri said.
23% of respondents saw cigarette ads, 13% - hookah, 7% - both of cigarette and hookah.
After accounting for sociodemographic and behavioral risk factors, those who used hookahs at baseline, compared with non-hookah users, were 2.
He takes a long draw from the bubbling hookah and passes the pipe to Kara Brick.
The adapter is placed on top of a hookah, replacing the ceramic bowl, and allows for the insertion of standard electronic cigarettes.
In some households, it is socially acceptable for minors to light the hookah for their parents.
Urine tests showed that the volunteers had higher benzene levels when smoking hookahs.