Actions could include incorporating e-cigarettes into smoke-free policies, preventing access to e-cigarettes by youth, price and tax policies, retail licensure, regulation of e-cigarette marketing likely to attract youth, and public educational initiatives targeting youth and young adults.
A zoonotic virus, Nipah is transmitted from animals to humans and can also be transmitted through contaminated fruits or directly by a sick person to others. It causes a range of illnesses from asymptomatic (subclinical) infection to acute respiratory illness and fatal encephalitis. The virus can also cause severe disease in domesticated animals such as pigs, resulting in significant economic losses to farmers. Unfortunately, no cure or vaccine is known at present. Intensive care, quarantined symptomatic treatment and preventive measures are the only steps that we can take.
While professedly addressing an issue, it is strange that lawmakers choose to look away from the gravity and many dimensions of the same issue. … When the citizens, the companies and even the governments have to disclose the source of income, why should the political parties be exempted?