Indonesia has the region's highest rate of smoking among youths – one in five between the ages of 13 and 15 smoke. What should the government should do to stop youth from smoking?
Not the sort of amount you'd want to lose down the back of the sofa.
While many of its Asian neighbours are striving to get smoking under control, Indonesia is the stubborn exception.
South Africa's proposed new tobacco laws will tighten the grip on how cigarettes and other tobacco products are sold, marketed and regulated in the country.
On World No Tobacco Day, the focus is usually on the health risks of cigarettes. But what about the way Big Tobacco exploits impoverished farmers in Malawi?
Despite talk of a smoke-free world, Big Tobacco is up to its same old tricks.
The e-cigarette industry emerged as an alternative to traditional tobacco, but now it's dominated by Big Tobacco. That's why transnational regulations are needed for the industry.
Quit smoking, quit drinking -- so many good resolutions for the New Year. But can the overabundance of messages on healthy living become counter-productive?
The tobacco industry claims that tobacco- growing is essential to the livelihoods of millions of small-scale rural farmers in Malawi, Zambia and Kenya. Research shows that's untrue.
Smoking ban in Bangladesh isn't working, and children are paying the price.
Maize production in Zimbabwe in 2017 is at its highest for decades.
New research shows just how bad tobacco farming can be for the environment and for farmers.
All you need to know about illegal cigarettes and tobacco.
Canada is suing tobacco companies for health costs, should Australia follow suit?
Years of political instability and economic mismanagement under the rule of ZANU-PF have left Zimbabwe’s financial system in chaos. The country is living on borrowed time and borrowed money.
As government representatives meet at the WHO global conference on noncommunicable diseases in Uruguay this week, their focus should be on reducing the health impacts of trade deals.
Most people know that second-hand smoke is dangerous, but evidence that third-hand smoke is dangerous too is growing.
Similar tactics are in play that were used in the UK in the 1950s and 1960s.
Anabolic steroids and nitrous oxide are on the up and up.
Do US smokers really know the risks? Research from Australia, Canada and Mexico shows that there are better ways to warn consumers.