) smoking: an emerging health risk behavior.
The argument that broke out between them turned physical with the Syrian being injured on the lips, when the Iranian struck him with the narghile
He was formerly a nonsmoker but was a waterpipe (narghile
, hookah) tobacco smoker as a new habit once a night for the last 2 months.
Shisha smoking has become increasingly popular among young people in Africa, including in Kenya.It goes by several names including hookah tobacco, maassel, narghile
and argileh and comes in several flavours including fruity, minty, rich and creamy.
) smoking among medical and non-medical university students in Turkey.
Waterpipe smoking (also known as narghile
, shisha, hubbly bubbly, gozza, boori, or hookah) has been widely used to smoke tobacco in Africa and Asia as a cultural phenomenon .
Histological changes in tissues of trachea and lung alveoli of albino rats exposed to the smoke of two types of narghile
In the late 1970s and early 1980s spondylids became again objects of direct exploitation, when the catch was extended to deeper areas, and for longer periods, prompted by the use of "SCUBA" and "hookah" (narghile
A water funnel, otherwise called a shisha, narghile
, hookah, which comprises a head into which tobacco is set, a body that is half-loaded with water, and a hose through which the client breathes in.
The association screamed loud lately at the administration department of the Lebanese University for the purpose of banning smoking in Lebanese drama scenes, in terms of annulling also the designs showing smoking in general, cigarette and narghile