"This is the result of prevention measures that prove their worth, and good news that strengthens my commitment to the. health of all", tweeted the Minister of Health, Agnès Buzyn. The Coalition for Tobacco Control - Pakistan is a coalition of more than 250 civil society partner organisations hailing from all four provinces of Pakistan and is working towards strengthening the development and implementation of tobacco control policies in Pakistan.
The measures include imposing tobacco taxes and prices, creating completely smoke-free indoor workplaces and public places.
She further stated that even exposure to second-hand smoke can trigger a heart attack or stroke in non-smokers.
The new clip also comes after health officials in the United Kingdom claimed last summer the end of smoking is finally "in sight" following a stream of quitters.
"It's not merely the risk of the e-cigarettes, it's possible these products are introducing the next generations to tobacco, something that we've tried to avoid and with some success over the years".
This year's campaign focuses on the important link between tobacco and heart disease with the theme: "Tobacco Breaks Heart: Choose Health Not Tobacco".
All AHS facilities are designated smoke-free environments under the AHS Tobacco and Smoke-free Environments Policy. But evidence shows there is an alarming lack of knowledge and awareness that tobacco is a major risk for conditions like stroke and heart attack.More news: NC dam in "imminent danger" of failing, evacuations ordered
Dr Tom Ferkol, a co-author of the report from Washington University in St Louis, said the growth of e-cigarettes risked normalising smoking again and undoing years of progress in public health. Plain packaging was first introduced in Australia in 2012. But research is already casting doubts on various claims made about them.
According to the India-specific report, 68% of smokers reported that they were "well informed" about the impact of smoking on their health, and 51% were willing to quit. Only South Africa and Lebanon have less than half who tried to quit.
He has banned the sale of cigarettes inside the Vatican from the start of this year. Smoking also worsens TB and HIV treatment outcomes.
Smokeless tobacco: in 2015, 6.5% of the global population aged 15 and over used smokeless tobacco (8.4% for males and 4.6% for females). This combination is the world's leading cause of death. Apart from saving millions of lives, it will ensure that South Africa fulfils its obligation as a party to the World Health Organization convention.
He said: "Nigeria is at risk of losing its workforce if steps are not taken to sign the Global Tobacco Control Treaty into law". Just live a happy and healthy lifestyle. He stated that the tobacco industry targets low-income people.