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Tue 31st May, 2016 was...


31st May each year

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World No Tobacco Day

No Tobacco Day is a day to draw attention to the negative effects of tobacco and smoking, where each year the WHO awards individuals and organisations who make an exceptional contribution to the reduction of smoking and tobacco consumption.

Addiction to smoking is a serious problem for many people, and breaking the habit can take months – if not years – of dedication and willpower.

Whilst there are off-the-shelf products available to help with the process, a common approach to kick-start breaking the habit it talking to qualified substance abuse counselors, who are experts at helping people in their efforts to quit smoking.¬†Whether it’s No Tobacco Day or not, any day is a good day to quit smoking anything more serious than tobacco, such as drugs.

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