No Tobacco day was first celebrated on May 31, 1987

Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death worldwide, responsible for more than 8 million deaths each year.

The World Health Organization (WHO) established No Tobacco Day in 1987

Tobacco smoke contains over 7,000 chemicals, including at least 70 known carcinogens.

Passive smoking, can cause serious health problems in non-smokers, including lung cancer, heart disease, and respiratory infections.

Smokeless tobacco products, such as chewing tobacco and snuff, are not safe alternatives to smoking.

Studies have shown a strong link between tobacco use and mental disorders, such as anxiety and depression.

Tobacco-related illnesses and healthcare costs impose a significant economic burden on societies.

Implementing comprehensive bans on tobacco advertising can help reduce smoking rates.

Smoking during pregnancy increases the risk of complications such as premature birth, low birth weight.

Tobacco use is a major risk factor for various types of cancer, including lung, throat, mouth, bladder, kidney.

Quitting smoking has immediate and long-term health benefits.

No Tobacco Day serves as a reminder that tobacco use is not just a personal choice.