Every year, more than 8 million people die as a result of tobacco use, according to the United Nations on World No Tobacco Day.
According to the WHO, global tobacco consumption has a negative impact on the environment. The World Health Organization emphasizes in a fact sheet that it can be linked to large-scale deforestation and loss of biodiversity, including wildlife.
According to the WHO, global tobacco consumption has a negative impact on the environment.
On World Tobacco Day, Australia's Cancer Council shared an interesting statistic that highlights the difficulties smokers face in quitting.
Around two-thirds of Australian smokers participated in at least one activity to help them quit in 2019, but we know it can be a difficult task.