Smoking is one of the major public health threat around the world. According to WHO report, around the world  6 million people dies every year  because of smoking. While around  5 million deaths due to smoking and more than 6,00,000 people die every  year because of second-hand smoke or passive smoke.

Nearly one million deaths and health loss in India due to smoking, suggested data from the Global Burden of Disease. Tobacco use causes many types of cancer, including cancer of the lung, mouth, bladder, kidney, liver, stomach and pancreas.

Non smokers also have a high risk when they live and work around those who smoke regularly or often visit public areas frequently where a large number of smokers. A tobacco smoke which contains thousands of toxins and chemicals very harmful to the body. Nicotine contain in tobacco which temporarily increase a person’s blood pressure and heart consumption.

On this World  No Tobacco Day as a human being of the world, We all should to educate and to give proper guide to every people about the dangers of tobacco use and exposure to second-hand smoke.