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Every year, on 31 May, WHO and partners everywhere mark World No Tobacco Day, highlighting the health risks associated with tobacco use and advocating for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption. Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of death globally and is currently responsible for 10% of adult deaths worldwide.

Raise taxes on tobacco

The global tobacco epidemic kills nearly 6 million people each year, of which more than 600 000 are non-smokers dying from breathing second-hand smoke. Unless we act, the epidemic will kill more than 8 million people every year by 2030. More than 80% of these preventable deaths will be among people living in low-and middle-income countries. For World No Tobacco Day 2014, WHO and partners call on countries to raise taxes on tobacco.

Reduce tobacco consumption, save lives

Under the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), countries should implement tax and price policies on tobacco products as a way to reduce tobacco consumption. Research shows that higher taxes are especially effective in reducing tobacco use among lower-income groups and in preventing young people from starting to smoke. A tax increase that increases tobacco prices by 10% decreases tobacco consumption by about 4% in high-income countries and by up to 8% in most low- and middle-income countries.

Furthermore, increasing excise taxes on tobacco is considered to be the most cost-effective tobacco control measure. The World Health Report 2010 indicated that a 50% increase in tobacco excise taxes would generate a little more than US$ 1.4 billion in additional funds in 22 low-income countries. If allocated to health, government health spending in these countries could increase by up to 50%.


The ultimate goal of World No Tobacco Day is to contribute to protecting present and future generations not only from the devastating health consequences due to tobacco, but also from the social, environmental and economic scourges of tobacco use and exposure to tobacco smoke.

Specific goals of the 2014 campaign are that:
1.governments increase taxes on tobacco to levels that reduce tobacco consumption;
2.individuals and civil society organizations encourage their governments to increase taxes on tobacco to levels that reduce consumption.

Well, thanks to e-cigarettes, smokers have ways out.
By advantages?
1. Tar free.
2. Odorless.
3. Carbon monoxide free.
4. Never has to be lit.
5. You can smoke it just about anywhere, including participating bars, night clubs, and restaurants.
6. Comes in a variety of flavors.
7. Choose your own strength: high, medium, low, none.
8. Will not cause your hands, clothes, car, furniture, breath, or hair to smell like smoke.
9. Will not burn anything.
10. Rechargeable and refillable.
11. Lower tax than real cigarette.
12. Many customers have found that they are saving a substantial amount of money switching to electronic cigarettes.

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