no smokingSOME OF THE TRAGIC TOLLS OF TOBACCO:

-5.4 million smoking related deaths per year worldwide
- Cost of smoking related illnesses: US$96 billion in the United States alone.
- HEART DISEASE: Coronary Thrombosis, Cerebral Thrombosis, Kidney Failure
- CANCER: Lung Cancer, Esophagus Cancer, Kidney Cancer, Bladder Cancer
- CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE: Emphysema, Bronchitis
- STROKE- ADDITIONAL HARMS FOR SECOND HAND SMOKING:
- IMPOTENCESudden Infant Death Syndrome, Premature Deliveries, Cleft Lip or Palate, Childhood Asthma, Bronchitis, Ear Infection
- PLUS MORE…


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Smoking during pregnancy harms the circulation of the unborn child - 31 Dec 2011
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Quit-smoking program for teens uses tech tools - 28 Dec 2011
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Campaigners in China write to minister to demand cigarette packs carry graphic health warnings - 14 Dec 2011
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Textbooks in India may cover ill-effects of tobacco - 12 Dec 2011
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Boston hospitals to launch tobacco-free campaign - 23 Nov 2011
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Aulacese (Vietnamese) youth win top prize for anti-smoking film - 31 Oct 2011
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American researchers report that quitting smoking can lead to personality improvements - 25 Oct 2011
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Smoking ban approved for Metro Vancouver parks - 6 Oct 2011
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Lower smoking rates lead to rapid decline in lung cancer across dozens of US states - 20 Sep 2011
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More Philippine local government units join no-smoking campaign - 13 Sep 2011
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US study shows children from smoking households miss more school - 10 Sep 2011
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India’s Health Ministry announces the opening of 19 hospital-based tobacco cessation centers - 27 Aug 2011
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Jordan's Ministry of Health increases its anti-smoking campaign in public places during the holy month of Ramadan - 12 Aug 2011
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British Medical Association physicians call for tougher legislation against tobacco and alcohol - 4 Jul 2011
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The Australian government introduces a draft law to ban brand logos from cigarette packaging - 29 Jun 2011
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Smokers and nonsmokers benefit from national ban - 13 Jun 2011
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Rallies mark World No Tobacco Day - 2 Jun 2011
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Citizens gather to mark World No Tobacco Day 2011 In the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh - 1 Jun 2011
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Australia unveil plans to mandate graphic tobacco packaging. - 20 Apr 2011
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Peru prohibits smoking in public places - 01 Mar 2011
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The United Kingdom expands a project which provides cash incentives to eat healthier and stop smoking - 20 Feb 2011
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US First Lady says the president quit smoking for his daughters - 17 Feb 2011
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The Canadian government proposes more explicit warning labels for cigarette packages - 15 Feb 2011
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New York City and Seoul extend smoking ban to outdoor public places - 15 Feb 2011
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Cigarette-allowing restaurant ordered to close in Spain - 15 Feb 2011
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Jordan displays larger graphic warnings to deter smoking - 22 Jan 2011
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Quitting smoking helps good cholesterol levels - 22 Jan 2011
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New Zealanders are quitting smoking to positively influence their youngsters - 19 Jan 2011
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Tehran announces first No Tobacco City Festival - 16 Jan 2011
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A study shows quitting smoking improves one’s mood - 16 Jan 2011
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Smoking shortens lives by 15 years. - 4 Jul 2009
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Patrick (m): Sixty percent of people who smoke in America today started before the age of 14 and 90 percent, 9 out of every 10 smokers in America, became addicted before their 19th birthday.

HOST: Hallo, insightful friends, and welcome to this week’s edition of Healthy Living.  The World Health Organization has designated May 31st of each year as World No Tobacco Day.

In commemoration of this important global public health event, we’ll discuss the hazards of tobacco and how the tobacco industry misleads the public.

Tobacco companies never give up their efforts to find new customers for their poisonous products, making use of various media for advertising and other methods to attract people, especially youth and women, to try smoking, get addicted and eventually become regular consumers of the deadly intoxicant they sell.

Alice Chen, a former smoker and famous Formosan (Taiwanese) actress, now explains one of the tricks used by the tobacco industry.

Alice Chen (f): For example, the famous Mangrove Expedition is actually financed by the tobacco industry.  When the fifth or sixth graders join the tour, they get to know the name of the company.

One day when they grow up a little, they will find out, 『Ah! This company sounds familiar! It’s the one who took us for the beautiful nature tour.』 Then very naturally they would pick up the cigarette.

For more details on anti-tobacco efforts, please visit the following websites:
Patrick Reynolds
www.Anti-Smoking.org
Dr. Amy Sapkota
www.SPH.UMD.edu
John Tung Foundation
www.JTF.org.tw
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