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Please submit sites for research or health conferences on tobacco, smoking, public policy, tobacco control, and/or quitting.
Research or Health Conferences on Tobacco, Smoking, Tobacco Policy, Tobacco Control, Cessation, and so on.
Submit sites about the health effects of tobacco products on the mouth and throat. This includes, but is not limited to, effects on the gums, teeth, and larnyx.

The Effects category focuses on tobacco-related effects on the human body. Sites appropriate for this category include consumer information, professional information, organizations, services, and personal experiences.

The primary method of organizing this information is by the type of tobacco-related effect. The types of effects include, but are not limited to:

  • Cancer,
  • Effects on the respiratory system,
  • Effects on the cardiovascular system,
  • Effects on the brain and nervous system,
  • Effects on the mouth and throat, and
  • Effects on reproduction and pregnancy.
Some sites focus on all effects resulting from a specific type of exposure. These are organized under "By Source of Exposure" and include:
  • Cigarette smoking,
  • Cigar and pipe smoking,
  • Smokeless tobacco, and
  • Secondhand smoke.
Sites not listed in this category:

Resources that provide significant description or analysis of tobacco history.
This category is for scientific information about hookah.
Sites about recreational use of hookah/shisha should go into Recreation/Tobacco/Hookah.
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Hookah products for sale - in Shopping_Tobacco.
A hookah (waterpipe, narghile, arghila, kalian, qalyan or shisha) is a single- or multi-stemmed instrument for vaporizing and smoking flavored tobacco called shisha in which the vapor or smoke is passed through a water basin (often glass-based) before inhalation.

When a waterpipe is used to produce smoke (as is common in the Arab States of the Persian Gulf), it is usually referred to as a hookah, which means "jar" in Arabic. When the same device is used to vaporize shisha (as is common in India and the Levant), it is usually referred to as a nargile, which means "gourd" in Sanskrit.
The vapor from a nargile looks similar enough to the smoke from a hookah as to cause both users and medical professionals to often confuse the two.

This category is for sites about the recreational use of hookah and other types of water pipes.
Please submit only sites with humor about tobacco, cigarettes, spit tobacco, smoking, quitting, or the tobacco industry.
Smoking, tobacco, and the tobacco industry have provoked some very dark humor, as well as parodies of cigarette advertising.
Please submit announcements of funding for research in tobacco control, policy, effects, reduction, etc.
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