A ‘cancerous snack’ is starting to see raised eyebrows from Chinese government

Famous for the remarkable red residue they leave in users’ mouths, betel nuts are a common vice across Asia thanks to the “buzz” they give to chewers.Unfortunately, they also contain chemicals that cause oral cancer, and last month China’s National Radio and Television Administration banned advertising the nuts on the radio, television and online shows.“We must promptly organise inspections and cleanups to ensure that the requirements are implemented. We should safeguard the interests of the…

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