Smoking is draining a heavy share of the world economy annually and burning it to the smoke. The toll has now crossed the critical level of $ 1 trillion a year and with it, the death rate caused by smoking is likely to jump to a new sky-height figure of 8 million a year.
Smoking is difficult to leave. It doesn't come as a surprise that 'no-smoking' is the hardest resolution of 2017. This is because smoking induces a chemical craving that cannot be silenced by will power. As a result, as less as 13% stick to their 'I will not smoke resolution.' Addicted individuals need all the help they can get and society must work together to be freed of this evil.
Parents should set a good example because they have the most authority to make a disciplinary action to their children. If the kids noticed their parents smoking it is possible that their action might be an approval to young ones as what they behave.
More than a third of a million people in England took part in Stoptober 2012, a national campaign to encourage people to give up smoking, according to new research by UCL researchers published today in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence.