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Tobacco has been around the world for over 200 years. However, it was not until the twentieth century that people began to realize that tobacco harms human health. In November 1987, the United Nations World Health Organization proposed April 7 each year as World No-Tobacco Day, first started in 1988. Changed from May 1989 to May 31. The aim of “No-Tobacco Day activity reminds people that smoking is harmful to health, encourages smokers around the world to quit, and call on all tobacco producers, distributors, and the international community act together to join in the anti-smoking movement. To create a tobacco-free environment for all humans.

According to statistics, the tobacco epidemic killed one million people in the 20th century. Today, more than 500 million people worldwide die from various smoking-induced diseases each year, of which 60 million die from passive smoking. WHO estimates that by 2030, more than 800 million people will die of smoking, directly or indirectly, worldwide, and that more than 80% of tobacco deaths will occur in developing countries.

The fact that smoking is harmful to human health is an indisputable fact. Relative medical research shows that smoking can lead to many diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It is the second leading cause of death in the world after hypertension. WHO has also warned that nearly half of smokers will eventually die of smoking-induced illness. In addition, there are thousands of healthy non-smokers affected each year by passive smoking.

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There are about 1 billion male smokers worldwide. The WHO recently published communiqué said that some international tobacco companies have turned to women in low-income countries today, as many people are now aware of the risks of smoking and have begun to give up smoking to make up for the loss.

For decades, the tobacco industry has deliberately used strategic, aggressive, and well-funded tactics to attract young people to tobacco and nicotine products. Industry documents reveal in-depth research and calculation approaches designed to attract a new generation of tobacco users, from product design to marketing campaigns aimed at replacing millions of people who die each year from tobacco-related diseases with new ones. Consumers are young people.

In response to the systematic, aggressive and sustainable tactics of the tobacco and nicotine industry in attracting a new generation of tobacco users, World No Tobacco Day 2020 will provide a counter-marketing campaign and enable young people to participate in the fight against big tobacco.

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