Smoking: An industry that preys on the younger generation




World No Tobacco Day (No Tobacco Day) is being observed today all over the world including Pakistan. According to the World Health Organization, smoking kills 8 million people worldwide each year.

The main theme of the day this year is Tobacco Exposed. The World Health Organization (WHO) says the techniques used by the tobacco industry to sell its products target young people.

It is also important to understand the medical complications that people working in this industry suffer from.

According to experts, out of the 8 million people who die every year due to smoking, about 600,000 are non-smokers. Such people suffer from various diseases due to secondhand smoke which later prove to be fatal.

They say that smoking is not only harmful to health, but also its production, production and use is causing environmental pollution.

According to the World Health Organization, smoking adversely affects all walks of life and leads to an increase in poverty, a decrease in physical and mental performance, poor health and an increase in air pollution.



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