One Country Consumes Nearly HALF Of The World's Tobacco: Here's Where The Smoke Still Rises

By K.S. Anthony |
30 August, 2017

At once point in America's history, cigarettes and other tobacco products were thought of as a safe, if mildly offensive, vice. Cigarettes were freely smoked in bars, .

New Bollywood RomCom Opens Curtain On India's Toilet Shortage

By K.S. Anthony |
11 August, 2017

It seems like an unlikely premise – a man attempts to win back his wife after she refuses to live in a house without a toilet – but it's also the basis of "Toilet: Ek .

An American Idea Is Quickly Becoming All The Rage In Europe And Beyond

By K.S. Anthony |
13 July, 2017

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There's A $178M Hangover Cure Market In Japan... And One American Wants To Take It Global

By K.S. Anthony |
07 July, 2017

The Japanese word for hangover – futsukayoi – gives some indication of just how much they drink. It translates as "two days drunk," but as the Japanese drinking blog .

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