The pseudo-equality activists and pseudo-feminists see no harm for females smoking hand to hand with men.
I don’t care if you are planning to remain single. You die with your poisoned inheritance. But by chance, if you are planning to become mother, and you are smoking, you are making your future kid’s life miserable. You are mother! You nurture kid for 9 months!! Poisons in your body are shared with the kid! No pseudo-equality will save kid from the consequences of smoking mother. You are living universe, potent to giving birth to another universe!! Don’t strive for pseudo-equality with men!
If you want example, go and observe soil of chemically farmed land. Motherland’s exploitation. You too are same divine form of mother! In soil’s case, her children raped her. In your case, you are raping your future kids!
As per report, Indian women are now second largest smokers in world after US.
Time to celebrate pseudo-equality and great modern cultural changes!
Indian women are now second largest smokers in world after US
While smoking rates have marginally gone down in India but there has been an almost proportionate increase in the number of women smokers. Now, India has the second highest number of female smokers in the world after the United States. A factor, doctors say,
As per the Health Ministry latest report on ‘cigarette consumption, the usage in 2014-15 was 93.2 billion sticks, comparatively less than in 2012-13. The production of cigarette has also fallen from 117 billion sticks to 105.3 billion in the same interval of time.
There is a growing concern among policy makers with respect to alarming growth in smoking prevalence among women in the developing countries. In absolute terms, the number of women smokers has more than doubled from about 5.3 million in 1980 to 12.7 million in 2012.
Smoking during pregnancy may increase risk of bipolar disorder in offspring
A study published today in the American Journal of Psychiatry suggests an association between smoking during pregnancy and increased risk for developing bipolar disorder (BD) in adult children. Researchers at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and the Department of Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, in collaboration with scientists at the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Oakland, California, evaluated offspring from a large cohort of pregnant women who participated in the Child Health and Development Study (CHDS) from 1959-1966. The study was based on 79 cases and 654 comparison subjects. Maternal smoking during pregnancy was associated with a twofold increased risk of BD in their offspring.
Smoking during pregnancy is known to contribute to significant problems in utero and following birth, including low birth weight and attentional difficulties. This is the first study to suggest an association between prenatal tobacco exposure and BD, a serious psychiatric illness marked by significant shifts in mood that alternate between periods of depression and mania. Symptoms typically become noticeable in the late teens or early adulthood.
“These findings underscore the value of ongoing public health education on the potentially debilitating, and largely preventable, consequences that smoking may have on children over time,” said Alan Brown, MD, MPH, senior author and Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and Epidemiology at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, Columbia University and Mailman School of Public Health.