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The growing trend of tobacco smoking

Smoking is the single most important source of preventable morbidity. Simply put, if you are a smoker and you quit, you lower your chances of getting a preventable disease and therefore less likely to die a premature death. Tobacco kills half of its users. Tough, but true! According to World Health Organization, WHO, tobacco kills 6 million people yearly, 5 million die from direct smoking and about 600,000 non smokers die from exposure to tobacco smoke.

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