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South Korean Male Smokers Reduce glass bong Usage Rate

  According to Yonhap, the survey results released on the 27th by South Korea's Ministry of Health and Welfare and the Ministry of Disease Control show that the smoking rate among South Korean men has declined by nearly half in the past 20 years, but the use rate of glass bongs china has increased in the past three years.

  According to the results of the "2018 National Health Nutrition Survey", the smoking rate among Koreans has dropped significantly to the lowest level in history. Last year, the smoking rate for people over 19 years old was 22.4%, up 0.1 percentage point from the same period last year, but it was significantly lower than that of 1998 (35.1%) when the survey was started. The smoking rate of men dropped from 66.3% in 1998 to 36.7%, a decrease of nearly half, while that of women rose from 6.5% to 7.5%, a slight increase. Meanwhile, the usage rate of glass bongs china was 4.3%, the highest since the survey began in 2013. 7.1% of men smoke electronic cigarettes, compared with 1.1% of women.

  According to the results of the 2019 Youth Health Survey, the smoking rate among young people is 6.7%, basically unchanged, but the rate of smoking glass bongs china has continued to increase in the past three years. The proportion of teenagers who smoke steam glass bongs china will remain at the level of 2.2%-2.7% in 2016-2018, rising to 3.2% this year.

  In addition, in the past 20 years, Korean people's chronic diseases such as hypertension and obesity, as well as their physical activities and eating habits have also changed. The obesity rate of men over 19 years old rose from 25.1% in 1998 to 42.8% last year, while that of women dropped slightly from 26.2% to 25.5%. The proportion of men over 30 suffering from hypertension slightly increased from 32.4% to 33.2%, while that of women decreased from 26.8% to 23.1%. With the increase of animal food intake, fat intake (average intake of nutrients per person per day) increased from 40.1 grams in 1998 to 49.5 grams in 2018.