No Smoking Day is quickly approaching, and with it comes the urge to give up for many smokers. It’s the perfect time to do so – but it’s easier said that done. Thankfully, Direct Line have published this handy infographic and resource detailing the multiple benefits of quitting smoking – from saving money to helping your health, both in the short and long term, you may be surprised to realise
It is a great news for healthcare as giant filmaker, Disney agreed to ban smoking in all movies under their banner. Disney Chairman and CEO, Bob Iger’s on Thursday shareholder meeting said ‘“We are extending our policy to prohibit smoking in movies across the board: Marvel, Lucas, Pixar and Disney films,” during the lengthy Q&A period. Gina Schuler, the San Francisco healthcare professional, cited a 2012 Surgeon General report that
As we know, smoking is a bad habit. It not only waste money but also effect on your health. I think most of us know that smoking may lead to health problem and deadly disease. From the CDC (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention) research,the result show that smoking will harms and damages almost every organ in the body such as mouth,stomach, bladder, voicebox, kidney,lung,throat, pancreas and even leukemia. Other
GEORGE TOWN: THE Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) has sounded the alarm over the increasing use of e-cigarettes, notably among youngsters. CAP president S.M. Mohamed Idris said there was a need to impose a ban on the sale of e-cigarettes as it may entice more youths into trying and getting hooked on them.
Russia government has make new anti smoking law that came into force this week. The law bans smoking in public areas including workplaces, schools, hospital and stairwells of apartment building. The law also sets minimum prices for cigarettes and allows for higher tobacco taxes. The Russia government forced the law as it is the world’s second largest market for cigarette makers after China and almost 40 percent of their citizens
According to the study, each day nearly 10,000 people worldwide die due to tobacco use. WHO recently said that half of all smokers eventually die from tobacco use.Each year cigarette addiction causes about 3.5 million deaths worldwide and that number is expected to increase to 10 million a year. Most smokers want to quit smoking without using any drugs, but this method is less successful and only five