Tuesday, 31 December 2019

Tips on Harmful effects of Smoking

Statutory Warning: Smoking is injurious to health. Quit Smoking as soon as Possible and send us a certificate from Chief Medical Officer of any Government Hospital to claim your surprise Gift from Web Question Answers.

The public is warned against the harmful effects of smoking as the Cigarette, you smoke, contains no food or nutrition value and is full of dangerous chemicals which can cause Cancer.  It is a matter of shame that the Government does not ban smoking and the sale of tobacco products to minors or majors. Smokers are a liability on the national resources as more than 35% of Cancer patients are from among those who smoke regularly. The government in a bid to earn revenue in the shape of excise duty and taxes is not doing anything to completely ban smoking in India. What to talk of a complete ban, Government is not even able to implement "No smoking in Public Places" as per the law of land as the smoke thrown out by the smokers endangers the other public with serious diseases.

Let us resolve that we will not allow any person to smoke in a public place. The government can impose heavy fines on lawbreakers. It is a tragedy that even the police personnel,  doctors on duty and teachers, who owe a moral responsibility to create awareness about "Quit Smoking" are also found smoking. You can just see the enlarged view of the image and check yourself to know about the 10 chemicals found in a cigarette which can trigger the onset of serious lungs and oral diseases.

Quit Smoking - It is injurious to health leading to a painful death.

Disclaimer: This is just educative and informative and does not substitute an advice by a medical expert. Check with your physician before taking any medicine as it can be fatal to take medicines without a prescription and expert medical opinion.

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