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World No Tobacco Day: 7 Simple Ways to Quit Tobacco

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May, 2020

World No Tobacco Day: 7 Simple Ways to Quit Tobacco

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WHO (World Health Organization) estimates that each year tobacco kills around 1 million people in India. Consuming tobacco and tobacco related products cause damage to most of the organs in your body, especially your lungs and your heart, which might ultimately result in your death. Tobacco, whether consumed as a smoke-producing or smokeless product, is harmful for you as well as for people around you. It is better to quit this bad habit and live a healthy life. We understand that it might be very difficult for you to quit […]

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What are the Negative Impacts of Tobacco on your Lungs?

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May, 2019

What are the Negative Impacts of Tobacco on your Lungs?

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Consumption of tobacco is harmful. There is no other way to state this deadly fact. Exposure to tobacco, direct or indirect, affects not one but most of the organs and their functions in your body. The major effect of tobacco consumption is seen on your heart and lungs. You can read about the impact tobacco has on your heart on our blog. World No Tobacco Day, observed on May 31 every year is an awareness event launched by WHO (World Health Organization) to spread awareness about the negative health effects […]

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World No Tobacco Day

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May, 2017

World No Tobacco Day

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  Addictions have engulfed humans around the world! Vices only cause trouble to an individual, more than anything else. At times the consequences could be instant and at other times they could surface after a lengthy period of time. The degree of the consequences can be as bad as fatal. One such ill-advised habit that has wrapped many individuals around the globe is consumption of tobacco. The two most common ways of tobacco consumption are through smoking and chewing tobacco. The World Health Organisation introduced ‘World No Tobacco Day’ on […]

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