WiRED Marks World No Tobacco Day

Spotlight on Tobacco’s Impact on Lung Health

BY ALLISON KOZICHAROW; EDITED BY BERNICE BORN

Smoking tobacco affects every organ in the human body and causes or contributes to many chronic and fatal illnesses such as cancer, stroke and heart disease.

 

Every year, on May 31, the World Health Organization and its global partners celebrate World No Tobacco Day. This year the focus is on tobacco and lung health. The campaign will increase awareness of the role that tobacco plays in people’s lung health from cancer to chronic respiratory disease.

 

WiRED International offers modules on quitting tobacco in its Health Learning Center. Many of the collection’s 400+ modules stress cutting out tobacco as crucial to warding off disease and to maintaining good health.

 

Tobacco kills one person every four seconds. Make every day No Tobacco Day and enjoy a tobacco-free healthy lifestyle.

 

 


You can download the modules mentioned in this story, and all 400+ of WiRED’s health modules, through WiRED’s Health Module Access Program (HealthMAP) by clicking here. This easy-to-use free program will enable you to create your own customized collection of health learning modules. You can learn more about HealthMAP through WiRED's animation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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