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Related to BETEL: betel nut, Betel Quid
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Chen said that COA will draft an act on betel nuts similar to the Tobacco Hazards Prevention Act to discourage consumption.
In terms of the relationship between betel quid chewing and OC, a series of studies on basic medicine, clinical care, and epidemiology have been conducted worldwide with numerous papers published.
KARACHI: Customs Anti-Smuggling Organisation, upon a credible information regarding discreet mapping of SITE area Karachi, raided a godown where smuggled goods, mainly betel nuts, were dumped and godown owner was arrested.
million of India origin Gutkha, Betel Nut, filter Khaini Naswar, cigarettes, diesel, Zinc Ingots and not custom paid vehicles.
The betel leaf extract possesses anticarcinogenic, antimutagenic, antiplaque, C, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
The Baguio City Council has already approved on first reading a proposal to ban chewing betel nut and spitting the 'momma' juice in public.
Doctors in the UAE are warning against the illegal use of betel leaves (paan) and qat leaves, which they said are among the top causes of oral cancer.
This review is unique in the sense that it comprehensively and collectively focussed on the harmful effects on the oral health of addictive and illicit substances (alcohol, betel nut), medications, alcohol-containing mouthwashes, medications and dental materials.
When compared with patient having OSF alone, patients presenting with OSF and associated OSCC were significantly older and gave history of prolonged use of areca nut and betel quid.
A 23-year-old man died on Tuesday after choking on betel nut in Apayao province, the Cordillera police reported.
Betel leaf is also known as Paan ka patta meaning the leaf used to make "paan".
The betel plant has originated from South and South East Asia.